A sky without a moon tomorrow
Today, the former head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research, Dr. Ashraf Tadros, announced the cosmic phenomenon that we are on a date with tomorrow Friday, the sixteenth of this October. Its presence throughout the night, but due to its alignment with Earth’s orbit, we cannot see it clearly.
He pointed out that this astronomical phenomenon is wonderful in itself as it allows us to see celestial bodies more clearly in the sky, and this time is the best for space scientists to study faint celestial bodies, distant galaxies, stars and other planets.
He pointed out that this phenomenon is watched by millions of fans of space sciences and photography enthusiasts, especially at the poles, as on that night, celestial bodies are very clear in those areas, so they are monitored with the lenses of photographers and lovers of photography.