“Astronomical Research” invites citizens to follow this phenomenon tonight (video)

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“Astronomical Research” invites citizens to follow this phenomenon tonight (video), Today, Tuesday, December 29, 2020 11:43 am

Dr. Yasser Hindawi, a professor of physics at the National Institute for Astronomical Research, said that the moon is full on every 14th day of the Hijri month, and the greatest moon is 80-90% illuminated, and is more luminous, commenting: “The whole sky today will be bright.” By enjoying the last full moon that adorns the skies of Egypt and the Arab world tonight all night long and sees with the naked eye; To meditate on God’s creation.

“Hindawi”, during a telephone interview with the “This Morning” program broadcast on the “Extra News” satellite channel, today, Tuesday, said that the year 2020 witnessed a number of astronomical phenomena, the most important of which was on December 21, 2020, which is the phenomenon of the great conjunction between the two largest planets in the solar system, namely Jupiter and Saturn, which is a great astronomical event, and whoever sees it from Earth imagines that they will collide together.

And a professor of physics at the National Institute for Astronomical Research said that the distance between Saturn and the sun reaches 1.5 billion kilometers, while the distance between Jupiter and the sun is 7 thousand kilometers, explaining that the other phenomenon that was more widespread and more wonderful is the solar eclipse.

In the same context, Dr. Ashraf Tadros, former head of the astronomy department at the National Institute for Astronomical Research, revealed that the Earth will be on a date by the end of the month on December 30, when the full moon will be completed.

Tadros revealed that the full moon is known to American tribes as the cold full moon, the full moon of long nights, or the post-Christmas moon.

He continued: “The moon will appear full to the viewer and to the naked eye in the period from December 29 until January 1, 2021, as the naked eye cannot fully discern the rotation of the moon’s full moon without devices. As for the time of a full moon, it will be December 30, when the luminosity of the moon reaches 100%.”



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