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These Depressing Images Show What We're Not Seeing in The Night Sky - ScienceAlert

These Depressing Images Show What We're Not Seeing in The Night Sky - ScienceAlert

These Depressing Images Show What We're Not Seeing in The Night Sky - ScienceAlert
Dec 06, 2022 37 secs

At level eight, the sky can be so bright from light pollution that you could read by it.

What's observable: star cluster M44 and the Andromeda Galaxy are very indistinct, and the Milky Way is totally invisible or nearly so.

What's observable: the Andromeda Galaxy is only faintly apparent.

Light pollution under these conditions is very bright.

What's observable: the Milky Way Galaxy can look washed out.

At level five, light pollution will be visible in most, if not all, directions

What's observable: the Milky Way, the Triangulum Galaxy

What's observable: the Milky Way Galaxy, and densely packed collections of stars such as M4, M5, M15, and M22

What's observable: the Milky Way Galaxy, the Magellanic Clouds

What's observable: the Milky Way Galaxy, the Andromeda Galaxy, the Orion Nebula

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