A large telescope is located on the roof of the Science Museum and it is used to teach local citizens about both the afternoon and nighttime sky.
Designed by John Eberson, the Tampa is a superior example of the atmospheric style featuring an auditorium that resembles a Mediterranean courtyard under a nighttime sky.
So he went outside into a quiet courtyard behind the inn to do a little Shadowboxing underneath the starry nighttime sky.
The RASC's Light-Pollution Abatement Committee also administers Canada's Dark-sky preserve program, working with provincial and national parks to create management agreements to preserve the darkness of the nighttime sky.
The Egyptian is one of a few theaters to incorporate an "atmospheric" ceiling, where a daytime or dusk ambiance can be smoothly changed into one of a star-filled nighttime sky.
The siblings Shu and Tefnut mated to produce the earth personified as Geb and the nighttime sky personified as Nut.
Sidewalk astronomy In more recent years sidewalk astronomy has come to be more associated with altruistic individuals or groups offering views of the nighttime sky as a free public educational service.
There are also examples of systems beyond ternaries: Castor is a sextuple star system, which is the second-brightest star in the constellation Gemini and one of the brightest stars in the nighttime sky.
On the ceiling is an artificial nighttime sky with stars on it.
If one follows the line connecting Eta Herculis with Zeta Herculis one comes across one of the earliest and most stunning globular clusters in the nighttime sky, M13, discovered in 1714 by Edmond Halley.
The graphic novel ends with Cecil, now an aged ghost in the physical realm, flying into the nighttime sky, having apparently made peace with his daughter.
The old men speak of a time many years ago when hundreds of starships were visible in the nighttime sky, but now the world is old, poor and forgotten.
At the time the airliner lifted off from Lisbon at 01:15 UTC, the nighttime sky had a cloud base of [...].
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