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Emirates News Agency – “Emirates Astronomy”: “Zamra” season begins next July 3

Sharjah, June 28 / WAM / Emirates Astronomical Society The “Hot Emperor” season has been extended from dawn to dusk on July 3 with the rise of Gemini’s first stars from the east. Mirzam star next August 10th. The hottest time of the year and the hottest and most extreme, with daytime temperatures in some desert areas exceeding 50 degrees Celsius.

Ibrahim al-Jarwan, president of the association, said the first stars of Gemini were known as “Al-Haqqa” on July 3 and the second Gemini on July 16 as “Al-Hana”. Al-Marsam star “Al-Dara” on July 29 ends with the rise of two clips, “Al-Nadra” on August 11, followed by the last days of heat and high temperature saturation with high humidity and pressure, the Arabs call it “Al-Awqa”. Called and the most famous of these diseases “Suhail” with the rise of the Sohail star in the second half of August.

He pointed out that the hottest period in the Arabian Peninsula is the period of intensification of drought and toxic air, and that it is much hotter and drier, so Gemini is considered a period of burning with heat. Called the Volcano, the farmers point out the connection between that period and the stages of wet maturation, and they say of her, “First the color pigment, in the middle of it the date cooker, and lastly the pears and Harrat al-Dips, which liquefy the moles from the pears.”

Al-Jarwan explained that the Gemini season is characterized by intense sunshine and global warming, and that sand intensifies and solid ground fires form crusts that are smoother and dustier than the surface temperature of the earth. The surface is exposed to direct sunlight at 65 degrees Celsius, and the ancient Arabs said when the Gemini season would begin: “When Gemini rises, the mourners will be burned, and the clouds will be blown away.”

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During the anthrax period, heat waves continue to fluctuate, with temperatures hovering at least 4 degrees Celsius for several days affecting the deserts of the Arabian Peninsula and southern Iraq and southwestern Iran, and the humidity of the air begins to rise. The southern parts of the Arabian Peninsula then move northward, becoming the dominant feature of the atmosphere in the second half of August. , Or low clouds over the east coast of the Al-Hajar Mountains.

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