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bio website niccolo.cc
location Paris, France
age 29
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seen Nov 19 at 18:48

Computer Science student


Nov
14
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
14
comment Why all the photos from 67p are black and white?
They said there's some reddish there, for as much colours you could see in that dark. Btw, is the subject clearer to you now or do you need further explanations?
Nov
14
comment The defintion of star/planetary/solar system
Don't forget Orphan planets i.e. planets not orbiting around stars.
Nov
14
awarded  Teacher
Nov
13
answered Why all the photos from 67p are black and white?
Dec
20
awarded  Supporter
Dec
20
comment How does the Milky Way look like above 66° North and below 66° South?
very nice the animation
Dec
20
comment How does the Milky Way look like above 66° North and below 66° South?
@astromax because at polar regions seasons really matters (you won't see any star all over the summer). Can you maybe link or post the same picture for the different seasons? That would be great!
Dec
19
comment How does the Milky Way look like above 66° North and below 66° South?
Ok, yes, like I did! So it does contradict Micheal, the Milky Way looks high in the sky.. Hum...
Dec
19
comment How does the Milky Way look like above 66° North and below 66° South?
@astromax does that picture change among seasons?
Dec
19
comment How does the Milky Way look like above 66° North and below 66° South?
I was inclined to think the same, but for what the pictures of @astromax and Arne it seems it not so low. Or am I wrong?
Dec
19
comment How does the Milky Way look like above 66° North and below 66° South?
Can you help me to read the map? I am not use to it. What I intuitively understand is that Milky Way is cutting the sky from North-East to South-West, right? So the difference with lower latitudes is that it kind of rotates instead of passing twice per day. That seems to contradict Michael post.. Would you say polar regions are good to observe the Milky way?
Dec
17
awarded  Student
Dec
17
asked How does the Milky Way look like above 66° North and below 66° South?
Dec
16
awarded  Autobiographer