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کتاب 100 مسئله در فیزیک کلاسیک اولین کار مشترک انتشارات فاطمی و اتحادیه انجمن های علمی آموزشی معلمان فیزیک ایران است.   ادامه....
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G.P. BIRLA OBSERVATORY AND ASTRONOMICAL RESEARCH CENTRE

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NEWSLETTER EVENTS:
  •  This month there are a number of interesting celestial events. On the 13th (and 14th) of November there is a Total Solar Eclipse. Unfortunately this Eclipse can be visible only from a few Northern Australian locations, parts of New Zealand and a few other nearby places. It is not visible from India or other places in the Northern hemisphere.
  •  There is also a (Penumbral) Eclipse of the Moon which takes place two weeks later on the 28th of November. This however is not a very remarkable sight, as there is hardly any difference of the Moon. Visible throughout most of Europe, Eastern Africa, Asia, Australia and North America.
  • Another very interesting celestial event is the Leonid Meteor Shower which takes place every year around mid November. As this happens when the Moon is near about the New Moon phase, we can expect to see up to about ten meteors per hour, all of which can be traced back to the constellation of Leo (Simha). The Leonid Meteor Shower is the debris of the Comet Tempel-Tuttle. PLANETS: 1. The Planet Venus (or Sukra) can be seen low in the East as a morning star before sun rise. On the 11th of November it is quite close to the crescent Moon. 2. The Planet Mars (or Mangal) moves into Sagittarius (or Dhanush) on the 12th of November. This reddish Planet is low in the Western horizon during the twilight.
  •  Jupiter (or Brihaspati) is situated in Tarus the bull (Vrishabha) and is visible most of the night, as it rises in the late evening, mid month.
  •  Saturn (or Sani) is in Virgo (Kanya) being visible low in the Eastern sky. The crescent Moon is not far from Saturn on the 12th.
  •  On 27th of November Venus (Sukra) is in conjunction with Saturn (Sani) in the morning sky around sun rise. The two planets will be within one degree of each other. This is difficult to observe.
  •   New Moon is on the 13th of November, when the Total Solar Eclipse takes place, while Full Moon is on the 28th of November coinciding with the rather unspectacular Lunar Eclipse.

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