Here are the astronomical events occurring in the month of July: (All times are given in UTC format)
- July 2: Comet C/2013 US10 Catalina may reach binocular visibility.
- July 6: Earth will reach aphelion at 13:00 UTC.
- July 6: Pluto will reach opposition with Earth at 15:00 UTC.
- July 12: The Moon will occult Aldebaran. It is best seen in North-eastern Asia at ~18:17 UTC.
- July 14: The New Horizons Probe will reach its closest approach to Pluto. New Horizons is the first probe to make a close approach to Pluto, and send back images to Earth.
- July 19: The Moon occults Venus. It is best seen in the South Pacific at ~1:07 UTC.
- July 25: Asteroid 49 Pales occults a +6.6 Magnitude star. It is best seen at 10:55 UTC in Mexico.
- July 28: The Delta Aquarids peak at this time.
- July 31: A Blue Moon will occur. This is the second Full Moon of the Month. This is the opposite of a Black Moon.