Astronomers determine the first day of Eid al-Fitr days



Since 06/24/2017 15:33 am (Baghdad time)

Balances News – Follow-up

The whole astronomers in various Arab and Islamic countries on the first day of Eid al-Fitr will be on Sunday.

In a press statement by Khaled Brackish member of the Arab Association of Space, said that on Sunday, the twenty-fifth of June is the first festival in 2017 Fitr, noting that the birth of the month astronomically begins when the light of the moon disappears Bagturabh from Sunbeam in every lunar month, pointing out that moon walk behind the sun, heading towards the east on a daily basis since the first day of the current month of Ramadan.


He added that the moon speed far outweigh the seemingly sun speed, and that the moon chasing the sun throughout the month of Ramadan and Siderkha dawn on Saturday promptly at 5:31, where combined with the sun with the moon at this time along the celestial line one, starts the moon to stay away from the sun and here is the birth of the month of Shawwal.

Announced the Federal Council of the imams of the Muslims of Australia, that on Sunday is the first day of Eid al-Fitr, during a meeting of the Council, headed by senior Muftia Australia, “Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohammed”, which confirmed that after contact with scholars of Muslims in all the states of the Australian continent with regard to the date of the beginning of Eid al-Fitr Mubarak, and after a follow-up to astronomical observatories and scientific totals interested in monitoring the sighting of the moon in the world; it has achieved that Crescent remains and continues in the skies of Sydney city and some other cities after sunset on Saturday, 24 June 2017 for between 19-25 minutes, congratulating Muslims in general proximity solutions Eid al-Fitr Alambar K.

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