The sun and the Arab region are observed after sunset Sunday [June 16] and the beginning of the night, when the full moon occurs in conjunction with Jupiter, the giant of our solar system, and will be separated by one degree in a phenomenon easily visible to the naked eye.
The Moon Astronomical Society has revealed in a report that it is known that when the moon is near the completion stage, it shines with the sunset and turns with its sunrise, and since the sun rises from north-east and west to north, the full moon shines from south-east and west south-west – like the sun "apparently" in the winter solstice.
The report said that the occurrence of the moon near the buyer is intended only on the dome of the sky, but not near one another in space. The moon is 390,000 kilometers away from us, while The buyer is 1,800 times that distance.
Jupiter will appear as a luminous white spot near the moon, and the telescope will see the disk of the planet and its four great moons, called the Galileo moons, as small luminous dots near Jupiter.
The Moon will appear to the naked eye for almost two nights, however, the Moon is complete at a precise moment when it is 180 degrees against the Sun and will arrive at that time on Monday morning.
This time of the month is ideal for monitoring radioactive nozzles on the moon, unlike the rest of the flat terrain due to the entire moon falling into the sun.
During the following nights, the moon rises about an hour each day and becomes visible only at dawn and early morning sky, and at that time it reaches the last quadrature phase, a week after it occurred in the completed full moon phase.