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I'm an idiot in terms of anything but I'd love to learn


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comment Light patch in the night sky
@Tildal: Actually, I'd like to bring something to your attention. This isn't a duplicate as I asked what that light patch is. I got my answer that it was Pleiades. I did not specifically ask why it disappeared. Although it is a good related question, my question is not a duplicate of it.
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comment Light patch in the night sky
@Tidal: You'll have to give me time. I have no compass (magnet, needle or puddle of water) as well. So, I'll have to wait until morning to see from which direction the sun rises to accurately tell it in terms of directions. Thank you for your support and I admire that none of you were harsh to me.
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@Chheku: :D I understand, it can be quite bothersome when someone runs up to you and asks trivial things. I'm downloading the software now.
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Is Pleiades near to Procyon and Jupiter?
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After looking at that map several times I think that what I thought to be the big dipper was probably andromeda. Am I right?
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