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coachmen19

Having spent my formative years in a particularly clear Sunny place I knew many celestial events the sky was a part of my world. Now that I live somewhere far cloudy here the celestial events I have missed are just far too numerous it is actually a quite sad affair

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6cringe6cat6

Its not clouds, its mainly Light Pollution, and not only that also Climate Change and The Ocean's Reflection to our sky, since light from the sun reflects its colors, and in the case of Climate Change, due to heat, water cycles quickly which causes to produce larger clouds carrying water to make it rain. So.. that's 3 things, Light Pollution, Sun light reflecting our ocean and Climate Change. We can't really do alot on 3 of these, humanity's lifestyle is greatly connected to these 2, climate change and light pollution the 3rd one which is Sun light is just natural and can't be changed, but if we somehow lessens climate change and light pollution by alot, by night we will surely see the clear milky way, with its galaxies, stars and many more, full glory of beauty it beholds, but by day time, the one near us will still be noticeable like the moon and near stars, but will be blurred due to our natural sun light. If you wanna experience these, deserts are great, see the milky way yourself

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supersweat

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deathegg

A celestial event that happens once every 800 years but actually happens once every few years with a slight adjustment to the definition of said event

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merp_the_derp

What is it now? Cap?

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