Image processingJupiter is the closest planet to Earth in the year. Last night (November 3, 2023), the National Institute for Astronomical Research captured images of the active atmosphere. “Opening of the Star Festival…I feel the cool breeze at nightJupiter“Near Earth” from observatories in 5 provinces, namely Sirindhorn Astronomical Park, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Province, and the 7th Birth Anniversary of the 7th Annual Chalwem Phrakiat Observatory, Nakhon Ratchasima, Chachoengsao, Songkhla and Khon Kaen, received great attention from people who They travel to participate in activities.
which way Nareet live feedThe phenomenon of Jupiter approaching Earth during the year.There are also images of Jupiter available through the telescope, most notably the Great Red Spot, its cloud belts, and the Galilean moons (Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto), during the period around 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm. There is also a solar eclipse on Jupiter when the moon Ganymede passes in front of Jupiter. Clearly observed through a telescope there are also other celestial objects that can be viewed, including Saturn, the Andromeda Galaxy, and others.
Jupiter, with its moon Ganymede passing in front of the moon, casts a shadow on Jupiter’s surface. Clearly observed after last night Jupiter is still visible in the evening sky. It can be seen with the naked eye in the East after sunset. He appeared all night until the morning.
In the upcoming winter star festival, there will be a phenomenon. Geminid meteor shower on the night of 14 – morning of December 15, 2023. Viewing of the phenomenon begins at 8:00 pm until dawn. The maximum rate of incidence is about 120-150 stars/hour.
And on 23 December 2023 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm, there will be a starry night over Bangkok, with stargazing taking place in the city center at Penjaketi Park, Bangkok.
A collection of photos of the activity atmosphere
Image from NARET, National Institute for Astronomical Research.
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