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  • Further, after all his long life he still observed the starry night-sky unaltered.

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  • Russell Crotty is known for his night-sky drawings on Japanese paper that are laminated onto cast spheres of Lucite a couple of feet in diameter.

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  • On a night-sky background, the violet ghosts of famous people floated together, dancing or talking.

    Shade

  • “Our children grow without seeing what is possibly the most extraordinary natural wonder,” says Italian astronomer Fabio Falchi, one of several U.S. and Italian researchers who used military satellite images to compile the first comprehensive global atlas of night-sky brightness — a 2001 orbital survey published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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  • Through the one high window of my cell the night-sky was glaring red - Jhansi was dying hard, by the look of it.

    Fiancée

  • They were almost black, speckled with tiny yellow and light blue spots, like paint-flecked stars on a night-sky canvas.

    Shade

  • They were almost black, speckled with tiny yellow and light blue spots, like paint-flecked stars on a night-sky canvas.

    Shade

  • On a night-sky background, the violet ghosts of famous people floated together, dancing or talking.

    Shade

  • Last summer, the safety light out back went out, and we decided not to replace it because we were so bedazzled by the spectacle of a night-sky unfaded by city lights, blanketing its majesty overhead like diamond-encrusted black-velvet robes.

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  • I could picture the cadaverous Harold intoning, “Look up at the stars, look, look up at the stars”, as he searched for stones outside and pitched them through the night-sky into the garden.

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