Friday, December 12, 2008

Technology - Moon

Full moon and bride

ဒီည လမင္းဟာ ကမာၻနဲ႕ အနီးဆံုး ေနရာ ပတ္လမ္းေၾကာင္း တြင္ ရိွမည္ ျဖစ္၍ သာမာန္ထက္ ၁၄ရာခုိင္နဳန္း (အနီးကပ္) ပိုျကီးစြာ ျမင္ရျပီး ၃၀ဆ ပိုလင္းေနမည္။

လမင္းသည္ ကမာၻနွင့္ ၃၅၆၆၁၃ ကီလုိမီတာ အကြာ တြင္ ျဖတ္သန္းမည္ ျဖစ္သည္။ သာမန္အကြာအေ၀းထက္ ၂၈၀၀၀ ကီလုိ မီတာ ပိုနီးသည္ ဟု သိရသည္။

အေသးစိတ္ဖတ္လုိသူမ်ားအတြက္ ေဒးလီးေမးလ္မွ ကူးယူေဖၚျပထားပါသည္။
Ref: Dailymail

If the shortening days are getting you down, be sure to catch a glimpse of tonight's striking full moon.

It will appear 14 per cent bigger than usual and a stunning 30 per cent brighter thanks to a rare, natural coincidence.

Each month the moon orbits the Earth and tonight it will skim by at its closest distance for the last 15 years.

Full moon

Moonshine: Tonight's sky will be lit up by a moon 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter than the norm

The moon will pass a mere 356,613 km away from us - 28,000 km closer than normal.

The 15-year spectacular will occur as the moon's perigee - the closest point that it passes Earth - coincides with the full moon.

Star gazers will not be disappointed, as long as clouds do not block the view.


Phenomenon: The moon rises behind bride Kailey Wilson and her mum late afternoon on the night before Britain awaits the biggest and brightest full moon for 15 years

If bad weather does get in the way, they will have to wait for another eight years - until November 14, 2016 - for the next close encounter.

And there are other reasons that sets tonight apart on the lunar calendar.

The country will also be treated to a strange phenomenon known as the moon illusion which makes the moon look larger.

As it rises this afternoon, the moon will appear to be bigger as it is closer to the horizon.

Moon graphic

Tonight’s event will also see a slightly higher tide as the moon comes closer to the Earth with the water level rising by 0.5m (1.6ft).

This may lead to flooding, particularly along the South-West’s coast.

With the approach of the winter solstice on December 21, combined with the current tilt of the Earth, the moon will also climb to its highest point in the night's sky for the entire year.

And the phenomenon coincides with the annual Geminid meteor shower which begins tonight and continues for two days.

The 'shooting stars' will appear from the constellation Gemini but be seen all over the sky.

But with the brightness of the moon, stargazers are recommended to look away.

5 comments:

khin oo may said...

ဒါေၿကာင္႕မုိ႕ထင္တယ္ မေန႕က လ ကသာလိုက္တာ။ အမွတ္တရေတာင္ ဓါတ္ပံဳရုိက္ထားလိုက္ေသးတယ္။

khin oo may said...

တို႕ပုိစ္ထဲမွာ reference သ့ံဳးလုိက္တယ္။ အခ်င္းခ်င္းဘဲ ခြႈင္႕ၿ႔ပူခ်က္ ေတာင္းစရာ မလိုပါဘူး.။ဟုတ္တယ္ဟုတ္

ရႊန္းမီ said...

14 per cent .. 14%.. ၁၄ ရာခိုင္ႏႈန္းပါ..
၁၄ဆ မဟုတ္ပါဘူး..
နားလည္မႈ လြဲႏိုင္လို႔ လာေျပာတာပါ..

ေဂ် said...

မခင္ဦးေမ က်ေနာ္ကုိယ္တုိင္ သူမ်ားသတင္းကုိ ကူးယူ ဘာသာျပန္ တာမုိလို႕ ၾကိဳက္သလုိ သံုးနုိင္ပါတယ္။ မရႊန္းမီ ေက်းဇူးပါ ျပင္လုိက္ပါတယ္

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