By the end of August, the star of the sky in Egypt and the Arab region is the most beautiful planet in our solar system, where it can be viewed in the light of direct sunlight.
A report by the Advertising Society of Jeddah revealed that it would sit to the south east horizon early in the evening and cut to the left of the island for observers.
The report indicates that the brightness of the planets is the same as the brightness of the first star, but the coefficient is 14 times higher than that of the jetter, indicating that the figures for the planets reached the momentum of rotation in 2017. Gone and was the last time in explaining this to the north. The year 1988 and its aftermath will be 2046.
It takes seven to 29 years to complete a cycle around the sun, so every 14 and eight years we get to see the north face or the south of their numbers.