Tonight, “Venus is the brightest”, the end of the year 2021, check the time of stargazing.

December 7th tonight, let’s watch “Venus is the brightest”. End of the year 2021. Check out the time to see the stars.

National Astronomical Research Institute (Public Organization) or Sod. Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (TSU) Chuan Chom Venus brightest New Year’s Eve After the sun goes down, December 7, 2021 will appear bright, shining, clearly visible in the west. If the sky is clear without rain clouds Observable with the naked eye all over the country

At 8:30 p.m. today, December 6, 64, Prachinburi reporters reported that they had been informed by Public relations and corporate communication National Astronomical Research Institute (Public Organization) Mr. Suparerk Karihanon, Head of Academic Services in Astrophysics, SDR. revealed that In the evening of December 7, 2021, Venus will appear at its brightest in the year (The Greatest Brilliancy), brightly visible to the naked eye in the west. After the sun goes down until around 8:00 p.m.

Venus is the brightest of the year This is when Venus is quite large in size. and orbits away from the Earth at an appropriate distance has an apparent brightness rating of -4.6 ifobserve through a telescopeVenus appears as a crescent moon. For other days, even Venus has a thicker crescent. but with a position away from the world The brightness therefore decreases as well.

Mr. Suparerk added that Venus is the brightest planet in the sky. and is a planet insolar system2nd after Mercury, it orbits closer to the Sun than Earth. Venus is located in the sky up to 47 degrees away from the sun, so we can only observe Venus for a short time after sunset or before sunrise. It never appeared in the middle of the sky or in the middle of the night. If Venus appears in the sky in the early evening in the west behind the sunset Thai people are called “City star”, but if Venus appears in the early morning in the east before the sun rise Thai people are called “Dazzling Star”

Sor. Open 3 main observation points at the observatory. Sirindhorn Astronomical Park, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Province, the Chaloem Phrakiat Observatory for the 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary of Nakhon Ratchasima and the Chaloem Phrakiat Observatory for the 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary of Chachoengsao Province. set up telescope Invite the public to observe Venus, the brightest of the year. and other celestial objects on that night, including the thin crescent moon, the third waxing moon, Saturn and Jupiter. ready to prepare sanitary measures To reduce the risk from the spread of the COVID-19 virus Those interested in participating are requested to register in advance at Mr. Supharek concluded.

inquiry Sirindhorn Astronomical Park, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Province, tel. 081-8854353, The Observatory Chaloem Phrakiat 7 Cycle Birthdays, Nakhon Ratchasima, Tel. 086-4291489, The Chaloem Phrakiat Observatory 7 Cycle Birthdays, Chachoengsao, Tel. 038-589395

refer National Astronomical Research Institute



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