According to astronomers, Eidul Fitr will most likely be observed on Tuesday

According to astronomers, Eidul Fitr will most likely be observed on Tuesday



According to astronomers, Eidul Fitr will most likely be observed on Tuesday


According to astronomers, Eidul Fitr will most likely be observed on Tuesday, May 3rd this year, as the Shawwal moon may not be visible anywhere in the country on the evening of Ramazan 29. (Sunday, May 1).

They also stated that the new moon will be born between April 30 and May 1 around 1:28 a.m.

Experts further stated that the dimensional difference between the moon and the sun should be at least 10 degrees, but in Pakistan, it would be only 8 degrees, making it nearly hard to observe even with a telescope.

On the other hand, the time difference between the sunset and moonset, which should be at 40 minutes, will be more than 89 minutes in all areas of the country.

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