Tomorrow, Thursday March 23, will be the first day of Ramadan in Middle East.
The International Astronomical Center (IAC) has announced the sighting of the crescent moon marking the beginning of Ramadan. The observation took place on Wednesday at 8:15 am in Abu Dhabi, Gulf news reported.
In a tweet published today’s morning, the IAC shared the first image of the Ramadan 1444 AH crescent. Captured by the Astronomical Seal Observatory of the International Astronomy Center, the photograph was taken shortly before sunrise in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, March 22, 2023, at 08:15 am UAE time. At the moment of the photo, the moon was 7.4 degrees away from the sun.