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Apr
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comment Is there a legend for these 88 HST images?
@Warrick "Where did you get the image from?" The internet (cannot remember where). Since I cannot recall downloading it, it was likely more than 2 years ago. "Does it not have that information?" Not that I could find then (I'd have saved the info. in a text file in the same location - as I commonly do), or can find now. Don't get me wrong, this image occurs many times across the internet, but I could not locate it at NASA's site and none of the other sites had a legend for it. - See below for my attempt to identify the 88 images using image search.
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revised Is there a legend for these 88 HST images?
Filled out list of captions.
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comment Why does the Moon never set in Svalbard, Norway?
Given the far northern latitude, I'd suspect the Sun would be up for six months, then set for six months, but a) that would not apply to the moon, & b) the situation with the Sun is not 'continuous all the time', but merely 'continuous for 6 months'.
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