The following is a list of celestial events occurring during July of 2009.
- July 4 - The Moon will be 0.5 degrees from the star Antares. An occultation will be visible from Japan and Hawaii at 10:00 UTC.
- July 10 - Mars is 5 degrees south of M45. Jupiter is 4 degrees south of the Moon, and Neptune is 3 degrees south of the Moon.
- July 13 - Jupiter is 0.6 degrees south of Neptune.
- July 18 - The Moon is 0.5 degrees north of M45. Mars is 5 degrees south of the Moon.
- July 20 - The Moon is 1.6 degrees north of M35.
- July 22 - A total solar eclipse will be visible from India, Southeast Asia, and the South Pacific. Click here for more details.
- July 29 - Delta Aquarid meteor shower peaks. The Delta Aquarids are typically considered minor shower, with hourly rates near the 20 meteor per hour range. The Delta Aquarids tend to produce bright yellow, slow-moving meteors.