The moon is also helpful in rescuing a ship stranded in the canal Suez! Unique claim of American media
Washington: US media have claimed that the moon helped to rescue a ship stranded in the Suez Canal, which caused the waves to rise higher than usual and opened the way to the Suez Canal.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, there has been a traffic jam on the Suez Canal, the world’s busiest sea route in Egypt, for the past few days due to a 400-meter-long ship stranded in the Suez Canal.
Engineers had been trying to evacuate the plane for several days but it was not taking off.
Where it came out when the moon of the fourteenth light shone on the horizon, due to which the gravity in the seas, rivers and canals create severe waves which cause the waves to rise higher than usual.
According to scientists, when the moon of the fourteenth shines with its full atmosphere, it is very close to the earth, due to which gravity in the oceans, rivers and canals create strong tidal waves that send waves. Causes higher than usual.
According to media reports, while unloading the ship, the engineers observed that due to the high waves in the sea, the ship moved about 18 inches from its place, after which it became easier for the engineer to straighten and unload the ship.
CNN meteorologist Judson Jones says there are 12 to 13 full moons in a year, but what happens when a ship is launched is only 6 to 8 times a year. The waves are too high or too small. The tides continue to rise.