Subject: Why can't stars be seen during the day?
Date: Tue Sep 29 19:08:14 1998
Posted by nathan
Grade level: grad (science)
City: san diego State/Province: ca
Area of science: Astronomy
It seems that the intensity light from a star is greater than the
intesnity of light from a point on the moon. We can see the moon
during the day but not the stars.
If the stars were clustered together would we be able to see them
during the day.
Re: Why can't stars be seen during the day?
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