March 25, 2023

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Gemini and Galaxy Belt adorn the winter sky with a spectacular view of the naked eye

Gemini and Galaxy Belt adorn the winter sky with a spectacular view of the naked eye

Throughout the coming winter nights a galaxy is observed in the skies of Egypt and the Arab world Gemini stars Or Orion, with the Milky Way belt behind it, towards the eastern horizon in the evening.

And because of the brightness of the Gemini stars, they can be seen with the naked eye from within cities within the Milky Way galaxy, according to a report by the Jetta Astronomical Society. It.

Gemini stars are one of the three easiest stars to distinguish by three stars and have two bright stars on either side of them, one is the red star Betelgeuse, and the other is the bright, blue-white star known as Gemini Man.

Due to the long nights of December and January in the Northern Hemisphere, Gemini is always associated with winter, and is a great starting point for exploring the Milky Way galaxy if you are in a dark (or not) place. From home) The Milky Way belt can be seen with the naked eye, which stretches near the red star Betelgeuse.

When we look at this belt, we see the edge of the galaxy – the combined glow of billions of stars. Paradoxically, the Milky Way band appears to be bright in the evenings in August, and at that time we look forward to it. Galaxy center.

Now the globe has moved in its orbit around the sun, and the evening sky is pointing in a different direction, so when you look at the Milky Way galaxy near the Orion galaxy this month, you will see that it is much fainter than what it used to be. Is seen in August because we are now looking towards the outer edge of the galaxy, with fewer stars between us and space and galaxies.

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