Subject: Are there stars earth never sees because of sunlight?
Date: Wed May 2 02:44:03 2001
Posted by Carolyn Springer
Grade level: undergrad
City: Myrtle Beach State/Province: South Carolina
Area of science: Astronomy
Sunlight keeps us from looking at stars during the daytime, and I just wondered
if there are stars and constellations that we have never seen, or if there is a
difference between the southern hemisphere and the northern hemisphere being
able to see and share everything. Is what we see, all there is?
Re: Are there stars earth never sees because of sunlight?
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