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Astronomical question and answer 209

 

Frank L. Preuss

 

On the picture the answer 207 the sky is black. Why?

 

Well, because it is night.

How can it then be night, when the sun is in the sky?

Because it was taken outside of the atmosphere.

But it was taken in Novosibirsk after all.

Okay, I withdraw my answer. That was not much good.

When one wants to photograph the sun during the day, when it is therefore not close to the horizon, but high up in the sky, one must perhaps filter the light of the sun so severely to get a meaningful picture, that everything else appears black.

When one wants to observe something like this, one must also do this through a glass dyed black more or less.

 

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