Mars appears in the sky of Cairo on October 14th, facing the sun

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Cairo – By Mohamed Salah – Mars faces the sun for the first time since July 27, 2018, in the early hours of this October 14th. Planet Earth passes in its orbit around the sun between the sun and Mars, and Mars passes at about the same time at its closest distance from the Earth, and it is called the perihelion point, which makes it appear brighter and larger, and this will not be repeated again before 2035.

And according to the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research, the distance between Earth and Mars ranges between 0.36 AT Astronomical unit and 2.68 AT An astronomical unit, which means that its disk varies in diameter between 25.69 “arc seconds” and 3.49 “arcseconds” .

On October 14, Mars will fall at a distance of 0.42 astronomical units, and its disk will have a diameter of 22.3 arcseconds, and a luminosity of -2.6. The astronomical unit is known as the average distance between the earth and the sun, which is about 150 million kilometers, and the astronomical unit is mainly used to measure distances in the solar system or the distances of other stars..

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