Written by Mahmoud Ragheb
Monday, September 4, 2023 at 12:10 p.m
Astronomy enthusiastsAstronomical phenomena The month of September will witness many important astronomical events, some of which can be seen with the naked eye, while others can be easily seen in the evening sky and may require the use of binoculars to observe their details.
Today, Monday, Earth will witness the Moon conjunct Jupiter as the Moon rises with Jupiter (the largest planet in the Solar System).
We see them side-by-side in the eastern sky around 10:20 p.m., and remain in the sky until the view fades in the intensity of the morning twilight due to the rising sun.
Professor of Astronomy at the National Institute for Astronomical Research, Dr. Ashraf Tadroz confirmed that the time of occurrence of the astronomical events mentioned in the following lines coincides with the sky of Cairo, the best places to observe astronomical events are usually on beaches, fields, deserts, grasslands and mountains.
The professor of astronomy at the National Institute for Astronomical Research confirmed in his reports that the movement of celestial bodies has nothing to do with the fate of man on earth, because it is not a part of astronomy, but astrology and astrology. If astrology were a science, if astrology were a science, we as astronomers would study it first.
He pointed out that the alignment of the planets in the sky has nothing to do with the occurrence of earthquakes on Earth, and if that is true, astronomers have discovered hundreds of years ago that astronomical phenomena are fun to watch, and if the weather is clear and the sky is clear of clouds, dust and vapor, enthusiasts like to follow and photograph them.
Nocturnal phenomena have no effect on human health or the daily functioning of the Earth, while daytime phenomena associated with the Sun can be dangerous to the human eye, as viewing the Sun with the naked eye is usually very harmful to the eye.