يک هلال عجيب!!
آقای اسماعيل عبد المحسن ( که احتمالا" ساکن آفريقای جنوبی هستند ) اعلام کرده ند که سه نفر در غروب 6 اکتبر 2002 و در شهر دمام ، هلال ماه را ديده اند و از آن نيز عکس گرفته اند. اين در حالی است که آقای جميز استم در غروب همين روز و در امريکا ، هلال ماه را با تلسکوپ 8 اينچ مشاهده کرده است. اين عکسی است که ايشان برای آيکوپ ارسال نموده اند:
بدليل جالب بودن اين موضوع ، متن نامه های الکترونيکی رد و بدل شده در اين خصوص را در اين صفحه قرار داده ايم.
"Abdulmohsen, Ismaiel S." wrote:
Three people have seen the new moon on Sunday October 06, 2002 at 5:17PM to 5:31PM in Dammam (Eastern Province) and this is the photo they took. Please see this photo and tell me what you think.
Ismail S. Al-Abdulmohsen
Thank you for your email. It is REALLY great that they took a photo! Actually if I'm free I'd mention more than 5 reasons confirm why this is not the Moon (nor any astronomical body). But I'll just mention one reason.
In Ad-Dammam, on 6 October 2002, at Sunset, the Moon is located to the right of the Sun, thus the direction of the crescent opening should points up to the right NOT up to the left as shown in your attached photo!
My email includes your picture and another picture illustrates the location of the Sun and the Moon at the specified time and location using a computer software.
Mohammad Shawkat Odeh.
Jordanian Astronomical Society (JAS).
P.O. Box 141568 Amman 11814 Jordan.
Fax: +1-707-2210918 (In USA).
JAS URL: http://www.jas.org.jo/
JAS WAP: http://www.jas.org.jo/wap/
Assalamu Alykom Again,
Since I have some time before I have to go now, I'll mention some other reasons...
Reason # 2: The Moon occupies in the sky 0.5 degree, so when you take a photo for the crescent by an ordinary lens (50 mm), then the Moon will appear as a small dot! Thus in order to see the crescent as big as it is shown in the attached photo, the photographer must use 250 mm lens at least! Which is improbable! Ok, let's assume that he used a 250 mm lens! If so, then the palm trees are impossible to appear in the photo unless they are VERY distant! Ok, let's assume they are very distant! If so then it is impossible to have such 'relatively detailed and un-hazy' picture for these trees when they are at such far distance!!!!
Reason # 3: When the photo is in such very bad quality, then don't expect to see even 24-hour crescent! Not 3-hour crescent like this case in Ad-Dammam.
Reason # 4: Notice that the Sun sets on the specified date and location at 17:21, but these persons mentioned that they saw the crescent starting from 17:17! Which is before Sunset! Actually the crescent that can be seen before Sunset in such easy way, I guess it should be more than 48-hour age not 3-hour!
Reason # 5: Notice that Jim Stamm was able to see the crescent by telescopes only and with difficulty, while those persons could see the crescent by their naked eyes 12 hours before Stamm! They must be very blessed!
استفاده از مطالب فقط برای مقاصد غیرتجاری و با ذکر منبع بلامانع است. کلیه حقوق این سایت متعلق به تیم برنامه نویسی آویسا میباشد .