May 25, 2022

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Saudi Arabia sees a strange astronomical phenomenon seen with the naked eye

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A unique astronomical phenomenon can be seen with the naked eye in the skies of Saudi Arabia and some Arab countries, beginning at midnight on Friday, April 22nd, with the arrival of the hours before sunrise on Saturday, April 23rd, according to the Jetta Astronomical Society, whose “meteorites” have reached their peak of activity.

The association claims that the harps, one of the oldest known meteor showers 2700 years ago, were active from April 16 to 25, and that their source was the dusty remains of the comet Thatcher and its radiation point (part). Meteorite sky) is located near the brightest star in the Lyre constellation, the eagle is the fifth brightest star in the night sky.

The Saudi newspaper, Sapk, quoted the association as saying that “there is no connection between the harpsichord and the eagle star. The lice are particles burning in the upper atmosphere, while the eagle star is 25 light years away from us.”

Veenas are famous for producing very bright and fast meteorites and sometimes fireballs, and their brightest meteorites leave glowing dust for several seconds, and at their peak typically form up to about 18 meteors per hour under excellent observation. conditions.

You may start to see meteorites in the evening, but to see a large number of meteors, it will be as early as four in the morning because these meteors always reach maximum activity within a few hours. Before sunrise.

The Jeddah Astronomical Observatory has also revealed that the year 2022 is not optimal for harpsichords as the moon is in the last square phase of Ramadan along with the height of these meteorites and some faint meteors will be destroyed.

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It is worth noting that the “hyrenia meteorites” are best observed in the northern hemisphere, where the eagle’s star is high in the sky at dawn, while those in the southern hemisphere see fewer meteors due to less space. The meteorite radiation point above the horizon and the presence of the Moon.

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