Dr Andrew Taders, head of astronomy at the National Astronomical Research Institute, said the planet will reach its maximum elongation Tuesday, with the planet reaching its maximum elongation (23.3 degrees of the sun).

The head of astronomy department at the National Astronomical Research Institute, in remarks to him, said that the planet will reach the best time to watch the sky after the sun directly because it will be at the highest point above the horizon in the sky.

The sky will be on November 17 and 18 with the meteors, named after the meteorite, as if it were coming from the Lion Tower, and the number of meteors is 15, at the peak hour, he said.


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