Bandar Seri Begawan – THE Astronomical Society of Brunei Darussalam (PABD) held their Hari Raya Aidilfitri 1439H celebration at one of the restaurants in Berakas on Friday, 13 July 2018 in the afternoon.
The event was organized to gather members of the association to foster a stronger sense of camaraderie amongst members as well as providing opportunity for fellow members to mingle together. Continue reading “PABD celebrates Hari Raya”
Bandar Seri Begawan – The western horizon was generally pretty clear and Venus was visible late afternoon yesterday (Jun 14, 2018) , but it was very windy and cloudy (from altitude about 6 degree and below) near the horizon where the moon was located in the sky.
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Kertas kerja ini merupakan sebahagian daripada hasil penyelidikan yang bertajuk Pengaplikasian Rukyah dan Hisab di Asia Tenggara [(RUI)1001/CISDEV/816269] dan telah dibiayai oleh Geran Research University Individual (RUI), Universiti Sains Malaysia (2015–2016).
Bandar Seri Begawan – People in Brunei didn’t want to miss to view the big celestial show last night – a Blue Moon, a total lunar eclipse and a supermoon, all happening at the same time. It was a super rare astronomical phenomena, in fact, the Super Blue Blood moon was visible for the first time in over 150 years. Continue reading “Brunei Skywatchers See Big Celestial Event”
Borneo Bulletin – TWO working papers on the use of modern technology for the sighting of crescent moon (Hilal) were presented during the Falak Syar’ie parallel session at The Rizqun International Hotel, Gadong yesterday.
The parallel session was part of the 14th Southeast Asia Survey Congress (SEASC) 2017 organised by the Ministry of Development’s Survey Department, in collaboration with the Brunei Institution of Geomatics (BIG), under the auspices of the Asean Federation of Land and Geomatics Survey (AFLAG). Continue reading “New techniques for moon sighting explained”