Heaven of the Arab world arrives on Saturday evening October 31, 2020And Ranus, the turquoise planet To the point closest to Earth and the face completely in the sun, which is the best time to observe it during the year.
According to the Astronomical Society at Jeddah, the correspondence means that the planet will meet the sun in the Earth’s sky, a phenomenon that occurs when the Earth falls between the Sun and Uranus, and it should be understood that what is meant by the Uranus’ closest point to Earth is only by astronomical criteria, since it is actually 2,810,639,880 kilometers from our planet. Uranus is still far away.
Since Uranus is in the opposite direction, it will rise at sunset, reach the highest point in the sky at midnight, and set at sunrise the next day.
It is known when one of the planets in the encounter is the brightest and best conditions, but for Uranus the apparent brightness will be “+5.7” so it will be like stars faint to the naked eye, and it will about 20 degrees east of Mars will fall for the stars of Aries, and Uranus will be only 3.7 seconds of arc. But that’s enough to see it as a tiny, hazy ball, not as a point through powerful telescopes, but even through small, well-made telescopes.
To see Uranus with the naked eye, the observation must take place from a dark location, away from the light pollution of cities that can easily be seen through binoculars as a dim point of light, provided the observer can pinpoint the location using an application, and this year will coincide with the meeting of Uranus and the presence of the moon, which will affect the monitoring of objects Dim in the dome of the sky.