On Monday night, August 2, Saturn is closest to Earth in a year and 1.3 billion km.
National Institute for Astronomical Research (public organization) (public organization) (public organization) The Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (TSU) revealed on August 2 that Saturn is closest to Earth l ‘year. they appear in the sky, shining for a long time
All night from sunset to dawn perceptible to the naked eye Invite those interested to see the phenomenon live on Facebook, National Institute for Astronomical Research, from 20.00 to 21.00
for facebook Said NARIT, the National Institute for Astronomical Research On Monday, August 2, 2021, Saturn will orbit the Sun, meaning that the Sun, Earth, and Saturn will be aligned with the center Earth. As a result, Saturn is closest to Earth of the year (as opposed to Saturn), about 1,337 million kilometers away.
That day when the sun returns to the Saturn horizon will be visible in the southeast. It can be observed all night until dawn. Area of the constellation of sea goats can be clearly seen with the naked eye If seen through binoculars Or a binocular with a front lens of at least 50 mm with an increase of 10 times or more will begin to see the rings of Saturn. or look through a telescope Starting at 4 inches in diameter with an increase of 50 times or more, rings A and B are clearly separated. with a Cassini gap in the middle between the two rings, very nice
Sor. Invite those interested to see the beauty of Saturn during this period. In addition, they will be able to observe safely at home. away from covid-19 Watch the live event “Saturn is the closest to Earth of the year” at the same time across the country on August 2, 2021, from 20:00 to 21 : 00 on Facebook, National Institute for Astronomical Research. https://www.facebook.com/NARITpage
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