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Topic: About stars

In whom there was an astronomy? All stars which we is visible with the naked eye - from one galaxy? Write that it is possible to see 2 galaxies, but whether thus they clearly look in the form of a cloud? What stars visible not from our galaxy are?

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Re: About stars

Hello, Shmj, you wrote: S> In whom there was an astronomy? At me. S> all stars which we is visible with the naked eye - from one galaxy? Certainly, all stars which we see, from one galaxy - from ours. S> write that it is possible to see 2 galaxies, but whether thus they clearly look in the form of a cloud? Big and small  clouds. It is visible to the naked eye. But both of them in southern hemisphere. In the field-glass it is visible much more, for example there are some galaxies in constellation of Orion. S> what there are stars visible not from our galaxy? There are no such.

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Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: S>> Write that it is possible to see 2 galaxies, but whether thus they clearly look in the form of a cloud? A> big and small  clouds. It is visible to the naked eye. But both of them in southern hemisphere. A fog of Andromedy, like, it is possible to see with open years, and it in the northern. S>> what there are stars visible not from our galaxy? A> there are no such. But it is possible to see with open years flashout supernew in other galaxy, precedents were. But it is a rarity, certainly.

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Hello, fmiracle, you wrote: F> Tumannost Andromedy, like, it is possible to see with open years, and it in the northern. The actual sizes:

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Hello, Shmj, you wrote: S> In whom there was an astronomy? S> all stars which we is visible with the naked eye - from one galaxy? Yes, from ours. Also it is possible to see flashouts supernew in galaxies of local group, but normal stars are not visible. S> write that it is possible to see 2 galaxies, but whether thus they clearly look in the form of a cloud? The fog of Andromedy can be made out, just in a type of "a foggy cloud" with open years in dark night far from a city flare. But it is better to look in the powerful field-glass/telescope - at the order more interesting a pattern. S> what there are stars visible not from our galaxy? If  an eye and not supernew, any. The main question - what for for now a covering of celestial sphere photos from good telescopes with powerful enough resolution  to 100 % and the majority of these photos is in an easy approach. Not at Hubble's level, of course, but on what to look is.

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Hello, fmiracle, you wrote: A>> Big and small  clouds. It is visible to the naked eye. But both of them in southern hemisphere. F> Tumannost Andromedy, like, it is possible to see with open years, and it in the northern. I do not know. Can be. I the first time saw the Milky Way in 28 years in  to a taiga. And in  the constant flare hindered.

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F> Tumannost Andromedy, like, it is possible to see with open years, and it in the northern. It dim, near to cities a flare hinders.

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Hello, Dym On, you wrote: F>> Tumannost Andromedy, like, it is possible to see with open years, and it in the northern. DO> it dim, near to cities the flare hinders. Very good time that it to consider - through 400 million years we strongly will be fast we approach, and through 500 - we face. It will be amusing, I prepare .

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Hello, Nik, you wrote: F>>> Tumannost Andromedy, like, it is possible to see with open years, and it in the northern. DO>> it dim, near to cities the flare hinders. N> very good time that it to consider will be fast There is a judgement that is not very fast yet Proceeding from calculations, stars and gas of a galaxy of Andromeda will be visible with open years approximately through three billion years N> through 400 million years we strongly we approach, and through 500 - we face. It will be amusing, I prepare . Somewhere the zero was lost: Collision of the Milky Way and a galaxy of Andromedy (M31), two largest galaxies in Local group as assume, happens approximately through four billion years.... As a result of collision of a galaxy during approximately one-two billions years merge in one large galaxy.

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Hello, fmiracle, you wrote: N>> through 400 million years we strongly approach, and through 500 - we face. It will be amusing, I prepare . F> Somewhere the zero was lost: And I can I assume, what not to wait too long - in the future mankind can accelerate these galaxies on a meeting to the friend-friend?

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Hello, Shmj, you wrote: S> Write that it is possible to see 2 galaxies, but whether thus they clearly look in the form of a cloud?  looks as a star (as the kernel is visible). To see as "cloud" without a telescope it was not possible, though say that it is possible. In a telescope, however, too not strongly it is better - too it dim. If to collect light suffices, sight that field turns out small and structure it is not visible. At me quite good pictures the normal camera on a mount from a telescope with tracking and an exposure 2 minutes turned out. S> what there are stars visible not from our galaxy? Any. The separate mention, however, deserves This Kiel - this most distant visible star, on distance of 7500 luminous years.