The old theory about seeing stars during the day if you stand i the bottom of a well or chimney is proven wrong because the atmosphere scatters the sunlight and makes it too bright to see the stars ...
If you were staring to the sky in a big city and electricity is turned off in a big area around you, would you be seeing the sky with little light pollution instantly?
Is it possible to calculate light pollution values using camera (analyzing camera feed) integrated in new smartphones (8 Mpx camera) but with pretty decent accuracy? Or that is only possible with ...
As far as I know, all deep-sky pictures are captured with the Hubble Space Telescope. If there would be no atmospheric distortion, could we make deeper pictures in the optical spectrum with ...