Ramadan Moon Sighting 2023 Pakistan
There are high chances of Ramadan Moon Sighting in Pakistan and seeing the moon of Ramadan on Wednesday 22nd March corresponding to 29th Shaban in different parts of Pakistan.
Renowned Astronomical Scientist and former Chairman of University of Karachi Astrophysics and Planetary Science Department Professor Dr. Shahid Qureshi said that this year the moon of Ramadan will be born on March 21 at 11:13 PM. And the next day on the evening of March 22 when the sunset in Karachi will be at 6:43 PM.
He said that the crescent will remain on the horizon for 47 minutes and sunset will be at 7:30. Remember that at the time of sunset, the age of the crescent will be 19 hours and 30 minutes, during which the crescent will be 10 degrees above the horizon and about 0.9 percent of the moon will be illuminated, while the distance of the moon from the earth will be only 3 lakh 82 thousand kilometers.
According to Dr. Shahid Qureshi, in the light of these data, it will be easy to see the crescent through binoculars from the southern regions of the country, including Karachi and Gwadar, on the evening of March 22. However, seeing such a crescent with the naked eye will be a challenge.
He said that if the first fast is observed on March 23, there is no possibility of seeing the Eid moon on the evening of Ramadan 29. However, if the first fast is observed on March 24, then on the evening of Ramadan 29, the Eid moon will be very clear, bright and thick.