Scientists at the Institute have observed Jupiter at a peak in a phenomenon known as interconnectivity, where the largest planets in the solar system are always in contact with the sun, said Dr. Jad Mohammad al-Qadi, president of the National Institute of Astronomical and Geophysical Research.
He said in a statement on Monday that the disk of the planet was completely illuminated as a disk completely moon moon, and in this case Jupiter is also near the point to Earth, where scientists are interested in monitoring the planets, especially in the case of the closest distance to the ground because they can know planetary structure and the formation of the solar system.
The judge said the buyer shone in the skies of Cairo around sundown and would remain in the sky all night, where he would go with sunrise on Tuesday morning, the most appropriate time to monitor Jupiter and its four large moons.
He stressed that the Institute is interested in tracking the phenomenon of Jupiter's interaction with the sun, scientifically known as the buyer's phenomenon, and is interested in studying this phenomenon and following it where scientists can control the accuracy of astronomical calculations and allows that researchers on the planets study the atmosphere of the planet Jupiter. And knowledge of the composition of its atmosphere through the analysis of spectral control.
The judge said the buyer was visible as a bright star with high brightness from 7 to 29 minutes and would be visible for most of the night until dawn on the southwest horizon at 4:15 pm in Cairo and was left for the observers when it climbed 7 degrees above the southern horizon. East, and will reach the highest point of the sky at 37 degrees high on the southern horizon and move in the sky.
For his part, Dr. Ashraf Latif Tadros, head of astronomy at the Institute, pointed out that Jupiter is seen near the red star Antarius (heart of the Scorpion), but the moons can not be seen only using magnifying glasses or small telescopes, noting that the phenomenon of the meeting occurs annually (once every 13 months) Last year, the meeting took place in May and next year, the meeting will take place in July 2020.
Jupiter is the largest and most massive planet in the world, more than three times the mass of the other seven planets, composed mainly of gases and liquids, but their nuclei are rocky and small. It reflects well the light of the sun, sees a very clear sky in the night sky and the average distance after Jupiter and the Sun about 778 million kilometers, the fifth planet in terms of distance from the sun and the second brightest planet (later of Venus).
Jupiter, as a result of the gravity of its super-surface, has 63 major satellites (Janemid, Callisto, Io, and Europe) discovered by Galileo Galilei when he first saw Jupiter through the telescope. Jupiter orbits an elliptical orbit around the Sun and circulates every 12 years because of it. It circulates quickly and takes about 10 hours.
The thick gouge is very ammonia gas, and it has been found that there is a thick pull around the buyer up to 35 km thick, which is in the form of many thin belts parallel to the equator. These belts are made of dust and stones and probably formed as a result of the disintegration of one of the many moons that revolve around it, also revealing the existence of a great storm moving on its surface in a very fast movement in the form of winds of wind when compared to the winds of the earth. The color is red, yellow and brown.
The buyer's presence will be repeated in the orbit of the Sun as a result of its movement around the Sun on July 14, 2020, August 20, 2021 and September 26, 2022. The buyer can be seen with the naked eye as a bright star during the month of June and can be seen with some telescopes.
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