When I was 20, I went to Naxos (Greece) with friends. I was driving my car during the night on the mount Zeus (1003 meters - 3,291 ft) listening Pink Floyd.
Up there we stopped the car to take a walk, looked above and ... wooooooowwwwww!
The sky was dense! Full of stars. We didn't know it could have been like that.
My question is:
- How dense is the deep sky from outside the atmosphere?
- For example, on the ISS during the night (the Earth that cover the Sun) looking at the deep sky, how many stars can you see? I saw a lot of pictures of the stars taken by the Hubble telescope), but I don't think it can be compared, right?