Discover the Marvels of the Super Blue Moon, a Spectacle to Witness this Chinese New Year!

2023-08-29 02:57:00
Invite you to know the difference between “Super Full Moon” and “Blue Moon” that will come together as “Super Blue Moon” to watch together This Chinese New Year! National Astronomical Research Institute (Public Organization) (Dr.Dr.), Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (WHA) invites you to follow the astronomical phenomenon at the end of August, namely, the “Super Blue Moon” phenomenon that will occur from the night of August 30, 2023 or on Chinese text From about 6:09 p.m. until dawn on August 31, 2023, it can be seen with the naked eye in the east, and in addition, Saturn appears bright alongside the moon as well by “Super Blue Moon” Is the name of an astronomical phenomenon that occurs from 2 phenomena that occur simultaneously, “Super Full Moon” and “Blue Moon” Super Full Moon Usually each month There will be an astronomical phenomenon known as Full Moon or Full Moon. This is a phenomenon that occurs according to the moon’s orbit around the Earth. but this time In addition to the full moon It is also the birth of the full moon that is closest to the earth in the year. Therefore, this phenomenon is called “Super Full Moon”, which is about 357,334 kilometers from Earth. Blue Moon “Blue Moon” is the name for the phenomenon of the second full moon of the month, which normally does not occur often. by orbiting the Earth’s moon It takes about 29.5 days or about 1 month, but due to the orbit of the moon. Sometimes it may take faster than usual. Causing the opportunity to have a full moon 2 times in 1 month and will call the birth of the 2nd full moon of the month “Blue Moon”. It is considered a Blue Moon in 3 years, with the last time the Blue Moon was born on October 31, 2020, at that time, in addition to Halloween. It is also during the time when the moon is farthest from the earth in the year (Micro Full Moon), too. For this reason, the National Astronomical Research Institute named the phenomenon that occurs simultaneously as “Super Blue Moon” by the National Astronomical Research Institute Preparing to organize an observation event of this phenomenon from 18:00-22:00 at all 4 main observation points: Sirindhorn Astronomical Park, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Province: Tel. Nakhon Ratchasima : Tel. 086-4291489 Chaloem Phrakiat Observatory for the 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary Chachoengsao : Tel. 084-0882264 Chaloem Phrakiat Observatory for the 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary Songkhla : Tel. 095-1450411 or watch live via Facebook page NARIT Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand Chat Thank you for the picture from NARIT, National Astronomical Research Institute /SHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP
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