On January 4, the world is witnessing a celestial phenomenon where the sun may be the closest to the earth. Bhopal’s national awardee science broadcaster Sarika Gharu said that orbiting on an elliptical path, the Earth comes near the Sun one day in a year and remains farthest one day. The distance from the centre of the Earth to the centre of the Sun keeps changing as the earth rotates, and on Perihelion Day 2023, being witnessed today, this distance will be approximately 14.7 crore km, which is the shortest distance of the year. Know more about this astronomical event here. Earth at Perihelion 2023 Live Streaming Online: Know Where and How To Watch the Earth on the Day It’s Closest to the Sun.
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