October 20, 2021

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Are you afraid of the Moon merging with Saturn: the planet Jinx

A few minutes ago, the eyes of planet lovers were interested in what was happening in the sky of Cairo on Thursday, as it witnessed a unique astronomical event in conjunction with the Moon with Saturn and its rings. The experience worthy of pursuit was confirmed by Dr. God El-Qadi, President of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research in Egypt.
Evidence suggests that Saturn is known as the planet of jinx, but it has no effect on human life.

Al-Qaeda says, “I consider it one of the most important astronomical events that takes place throughout the year.

The head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research added, “This astronomical event started today at sunset and will be in the Cairo sky until two-thirty tomorrow morning, and it will be one of the major astronomical events of the month in September.”

September astronomical events

The National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research in Egypt has announced that there will be 9 astronomical events throughout September, beginning on the night of the 4th, with the Moon constellation, seeing the beehive in Cancer in the east, and ending on the 22nd of the autumn solstice, when the sun is perpendicular to the equator. , Equal to day and night on earth.

The judge further said, “I invite everyone as the combined time between the Moon and Saturn cannot be seen with the naked eye through binoculars or telescopes, and we seek the company to broadcast this event live. It can be shared with the public on social media.”

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Misconceptions

The head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research in Egypt confirms that there is no danger in seeing astronomical phenomena related to the moon, denying misconceptions among some, and explaining to “Sky News Arabia” that the sun only applies to related phenomena, because it can cause blindness when viewed with the naked eye.

Al-Qaeda explains that due to the importance of these events in the world of planets and their great scientific value, a team from within the laboratory is working on monitoring this astronomical event with great interest, noting that there is a plan to implement activities that astronomical enthusiasts will soon see together through special devices in this regard.

Sky News Arabia, president of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research, continues: “During official working hours the doors of the company are open to all, sometimes announcing special celebrations for astronomical events, and trying to communicate with many people who want to study astronomy to provide adequate information about the planets.

It should be noted that the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research, affiliated with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, has a long history of astronomical observation from its founding as a state laboratory in Bullock in 1839 until its passage to the Abyss in 1868. It reached its present location in Helvan in 1903 and became one of the heritage sites. World in Science and Technology according to the official website of the Institute.

Al-Qaeda says: “We are pleased that a large number of young people are asking questions to the company, attending astronomical events, learning the best ways to see them and everything related to what is happening in the sky, because we need to prepare a new generation and staff with a complete understanding of culture and astronomy.

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The head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research concludes his speech with “Sky News Arabia”: “After tonight’s event, I hope that observers will follow the lunar link with Jupiter on September 18 and 3. After the full moon, its brightness reached 99.8%, ( Moon).