Posted on Mar 3, 2010 in Astronomy | 1 comment
How does the Milky Way look in the night sky to our inaided eye?
To the unaided eye, on a clean night the Milky Way appears as a band of light that covers nearly the entire sky. With magnification, the sight is quite different. See Milky Way-Wikipedia for some nice photos.
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