Explained Emirates Astronomical SocietyThat southern areas United Arab EmiratesUm al-Jamul, Liwa, Madinat Saeed and al-Qua, among others, will see the noon shadowless event during the specified period.
The association stated the reason Astronomical phenomenon The Cancer Zone cuts through the southern hemisphere, perpendicular to the sun for latitudes in these regions.
The association also pointed out that other parts of the Emirates will see very short shade of the equator or noon during this period.
Quotes Emirates News Agency Ibrahim al-Jarwan, a member of the Arab Union for Astronomy and Space Sciences, under the authority of the chairman of the board of directors of the (WAM) Emirates Astronomical Society, said: “
Al-Jarwan added: “On June 6, south of the Emirates, near Umm al-Jamol, there will be the first perpendicular to the midday sun, and then the vertical will crawl north near Madinah Saeed. -Turn south near Jamol, after July 10 the vertical position moves south and the shadow of the meridian begins to extend.
According to the chairman of the board of directors of the Emirates Astronomical Society, “The sun is perpendicular to the Earth’s orbit. Cancer On June 21, the lowest equatorial shadow across the northern hemisphere will be the shortest night and longest day in the northern hemisphere, while until December 21st, Capricorn will be perpendicular to the tropics. The shortest day and the longest night in the northern hemisphere, with the maximum shade of the meridian across the northern hemisphere. The earth’s perpendicular to the equator is March 21 during spring and sunset, September 23, and the slope of the meridian is equal to the latitude of the site, which coincides with the equilibrium of day and night.
It is worth noting that the area between the Cancer Zone, which falls into the southern part of the Emirates, and Capricorn in the south, where the sun is vertical twice a year.
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