Urgent .. the world is witnessing two astronomical phenomena tonight, the...

The former head of the astronomy department at the National Institute for Geophysical and Astronomical Research, Dr. Ashraf Tadros, announced the occurrence of two astronomical phenomena Thursday evening.

Clarification of the first phenomenon:

Dr. Ashraf Tadros explained in his statements Thursday, that the first phenomenon lies in the full moon and its face is fully lit, indicating that the moon appears full to the seeker and to the naked eye in the period between September 30th to October 3

He added that during that period, the naked eye cannot fully discern the rotation of the full moon without devices, and the full moon will be the first day of October.

He explained that this full moon is known by the American tribes known as Badr Al-Rayel and Badr Al-Sayd, and it is sometimes called as “Harvest Moon”, meaning the full moon that occurs near the time of autumn in September of each year.

Explaining the second phenomenon:

Dr. Ashraf Tadros added that the second phenomenon lies in the elongation of the planet Mercury, as the planet reaches its eastern maximum elongation of the sun near 25.8 degrees, which is the best time for viewing and photographing Mercury. Because it will reach its highest point above the western horizon in the evening just after sunset.

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