The Sky Of Kuwait Is Witnessing Three Rare Astronomical Phenomenon Next Week
The skies of Kuwait will witness a number of astronomical events next week, including the heavy fall of monstrosities and the coupling of Mars and Jupiter.
The director of the Department of Astronomy and Astronomy at the club Ali Buabas said in a press statement on Thursday that the sky of Kuwait will be on a date with the astronomical phenomenon characteristic of this month is the fall of the last showers of meteor this year, which (twins) caused by the asteroid (Feithon) The name is relative to the Gemini (correlation).
“The monstrosities are relatively slow meteors that leave the smokescreen, which extends for a few seconds and disappear,” Boubas said. “These meteors are active from December 4 to 17, each year, culminating on the evening of the 13th and the morning of the 14th of the same month.”
He said enthusiasts to follow the astronomical phenomena can follow these showers from midnight on Wednesday and Thursday of next week, with an average of 120 per hour per hour, a large proportion can be seen brightly in the skies of Kuwait and easily due to the brightness of the moon, which amounts to 11 percent.
He said that next Wednesday will see the phenomenon of the conjunction of the planet (Mars) with the moon, which is a distance of 8.3 degrees north of the moon and the moon will be full moon 18 percent, while next Thursday, the phenomenon of coupling (Jupiter) Moon and distance the same distance but the full moon ratio is 11 percent.