Can you see up to 1000000 flamingos in space?
Probably not, but you can probably see 1000000 flamingos from an airplane.
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If your long-term boyfriend is moving out because he needs space but he says he's still seeing you is he really trying to break up with you?
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Answer . Hubble can see somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 billion light years into space (knows as "the observable universe).\n. \nThat would be about 120,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 miles.
A flamingo is a long legged pink feathered wading bird of Africa.It has a large down turned beak for sifting shallow lakes for shellfish etc which maintains the pink plumage. The broad pink wingshave black wing tips. There was also an aircraft of the 1930s called the De Havilland(UK) Flamingo. It wa…s a four engined airliner and could carry 20odd passengers. (MORE)
actually you can, but it all depends on the weather. In 2006, you could see Discovery docking with the International Space Station during the twilight hours in clear weather. . "The appearance of either the Space Shuttle or the International Space Station moving across the sky is not in itself unu…sual. Truth be told, on any clear evening within a couple of hours of local sunset and with no optical aid, you can usually spot several orbiting Earth satellites creeping across the sky like moving stars. Satellites become visible only when they are in sunlight and the observer is in deep twilight or darkness. This usually means shortly after dusk or before dawn". . http://www.space.com/spacewatch/060629_shuttle_spotting.html (MORE)
Answer . When in space and looking out, the observer will see a lot of black. Light will come from stars and galaxies, and will be reflected from planets or other bodies around, but the rest of the "sky" will be black. Light will arrive at the observers position without being scattered by atmosph…ere. Dust and some gas can appear to glow when looked at through a telescope, but to the naked eye, it's really black out there. (MORE)
Cape Kennedy is the best viewing followed by Titusville and theCape Canaveral area are best. Kennedy Space Center sells tickets to the prime viewing area a fewweeks before each launch. For those who cannot travel to the area,you can watch the launch on the internet through NASA TV. However there ar…e no more shuttle launches. (MORE)
Most definitely YES. Visit this website: http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/tracking/ Click on "Sighting Opportunities", Select Country, State (or Province), City It will say when and where to look. It is always just after sunset or just before sunrise, when it is dark enough to see… it, but the Space Station is being lit by the Sun. It is very bright - brighter than any star, and silent. It appears in the West, takes about 3 minutes to cross the sky, passing 240 miles overhead. I've seen it many times. It's really amazing. ___________________________ Another link for the same sort of data; http://www.spaceweather.com/flybys/index.php The path is generally either from southwest to northeast or northwest to southeast, but always sort of west-ish to east-ish. (MORE)
that is why she is a space scientist now i think she works on all kinds of space things like that but it is just that i donnt know what she wanted to be when she wanted to be when she was growing up it seemed that she wanted to be a scientist because that is what she is today i know how old she is b…ecause she was on 1951 in may she must have a really cool life becaus eshe earns lots and lots of money bec ause of what she is and what she does that is what i think she does in space and i don't know what she learns in space but i think it alls sounds really so cool so maybe sumday iu might just become whta she is today (MORE)
The same way you would see colour on Earth, by the reception of light waves by your eyes. I was taught that we see color because our atmosphere refracts light much like a prism breaks out each color from visible light. Since there is no atmosphere in space I don't understand how we see color.
Yes. However, in most parts of "space" there's nothing to see, or there's not enough light to see by. We live on a planet fairly close to a star, so we have plenty of light - but beyond the orbit of, say, Saturn, there wouldn't really be enough sunlight to see stuff. So we'd need to provide our own …artificial light. (MORE)
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If you are close enough to the Hubble, yes, you can see it from space. Also, check out the related link. There, you can enter your location, and it will give you instructions for when and where to look in order to see overpasses of the HST from your location on the ground .
no they do lay down. Answer . They don't lie down, they sleep stood on one leg, this helps blood circulate around the body due to it's very thin legs. Some other birds are the same.
It depends on how far away you are (!!). From most satellites it is visible, yes.
Flamboyance means bold, brilliant, showy, which describes how flamingos can look. A group of flamingos is called a flock.
NO because earth is too big and from the flattest place on earth to space would be a bagillion miles away. Another Answer Not with the unaided eye. Think of ants at your feet. Now, think of ants on the ground from 10 floors up. Try this, think of people on the ground from 10 floors up. No…w think of them from 120 mile up. Another Answer Chances are that at some time in your life, you may have been in a passenger jet airliner, flying over a city on your way to your destination. When you looked down at the city, you were able to see buildings, streets, rivers etc., but even from that modest 'every-day' altitude, you couldn't see people walking down the street. (MORE)
The flamingo can live up to 30 years old but in some cases theyhave lived up to 50 years old.
Roman numerals.... 1 = I 2 = II 3 = III 4 = IV (or IIII on old clocks, watches and sundials) 5 = V 6 = VI 7 = VII 8 = VIII 9 = IX 10 = X 20 = XX 30 = XXX 40 = XL 50 = L 60 = LX 70 = LXX 80 = LXXX 90 = XC 100 = C 500 = D 1000 = M 2000 = MM 3000 = MMM After 3000 thousand are written by either placing… a horizontal bar over a numeral, to indicate that the numeral should be multiplied by 1000, or by placing the numeral inside brackets, which also indicates that it should be multiplied by 1000. Examples... 4000 = [IV] 10000 = [X] 523000 = [DXXIII] 1000000 = [M] The numbers 11 - 19 and 21 - 29 etc follow the same pattern as the numbers 1 to 9 but preceeded by X or XX etc. The same applies to numbers preceeded by 100s or 1000s. Some examples... 14 = XIV 44 = XLIV 88 = LXXXVIII 151 = CLI 423 = CDXXIII 666 = DCLXVI 1066 = MLXVI 2009 = MMIX (MORE)
there are many ways. First of, everynight at 12:34 am. You can see it west in the sky
Other then in zoos, you would need the to go to the Keys during a specific time of year to see the wild flamingos. Due to Human encroachment and over population most wild flamingos are no longer in Florida like they once were.
When it is dark (as it is esier to make out lights eg. stars) look out into the sky. If you have a pair of binoculars you can use them. If you are lucky enough to have a telescope then just use that.
No. The Space Needle is too small to be seen from space. The only man made structure you can see from space is the Great Wall of China. I'm ten years old. How am I supposed to know? well not unless you have a new high tech one that takes really cool pictures of the earth and you can see huge things …than yea you probably could (MORE)
whenever you conatian air. example: balloons, astronout oxygen containers, when you blow up your cheeks, bubbles in glass, ect.
There are a huge amount of things to see: Stars Moons Asteroids Meteors Planets Galaxies Comets Nebulae Satellites Spacecraft Fireballs Rings around planets Quasars. All of these and much more can be seen. There are unusual occurrences, like eclipses, transitions and oc…cultations. A transition is when a planet passes in front of the sun, like the Venus transition in 2004. An occultation is when a planet or the moon, moves in front of another object like a star or a planet and blocks its light. There are always interesting things to see in space. (MORE)
You can not see the space shuttle on Earth, but you can see it in a rocket!
It is possible to see the Space Station in almost any part of the world at various times. You can find out when it is visible from where you are by checking some of the websites that have that information. Two such websites are listed in the Related Links below..
You see the International space station at night because it reflects sunlight back to earth.
A telescope is used to see objects that exist in space. There are many sizes and types of telescopes. Many observations are also made by observing the behavior of planets etc. For example, a black hole observation. Spectroscopy is also used to make observations. Radio waves are also used. Th…e dark matter which exists in space has no known observational instrument. (MORE)
No; the directions up and down are defined by the gravitational attraction of nearby bodies only. No; the directions up and down are defined by the gravitational attraction of nearby bodies only. No; the directions up and down are defined by the gravitational attraction of nearby bodies only. No;… the directions up and down are defined by the gravitational attraction of nearby bodies only. (MORE)
If you mean from here on Earth, it is usually due to pollution or "light pollution" (excess light) which causes eye pupils and camera irises to adjust for brightness, thus keeping the dim starlight from being seen. Astronauts in space can see stars, so long as there is no bright light to force th…eir pupils to contract, thus letting in less light. Science fiction shows make people think that once you are in space, stars are bright enough to be seen through a window in a well-lit room. This simply is not true. The astronauts on the lunar surface didn't see stars as it was daylight and the Sun on the lunar surface was simply too bright for their eyes or cameras. In fact, their helmets had "sunglasses-like" darkening, as the Moon gets more sunlight than any desert on Earth. (MORE)
Many birds, not just Flamingoes, do this. It may be that they effectively sleep with one side of the brain (and body) at a time.
A million miles away? Better start reading up. The Hubble Telescope can see 13.7 billion light-years out. Doing the math, that 13,700,000,000 light-years times 5,900,000,000 miles per light-year, or 80,830,000,000,000,000,000 miles, almost 81 quintillion miles.
In outer space, you can easily see the Sun, and the stars; if you know where to look, the planets are also visible. The Earth and Moon, of course. If you are looking at the Earth, there isn't much that you can see other than lakes, oceans, mountains, coastlines and clouds; LOTS of clouds. With th…e naked eye, there are no man-made objects that are visible from space. At night, however, you can easily see all of the lighted cities. (MORE)
You can see objects because they are so big and that's how its created. This is what destiny has put you for. Some people can't and that's because its their destiny.
I am sure he has looked through a telescope at some time and of cause he can look up at the night sky. However most of what the does in relation to cosmology is done using maths and equations in his head.
Yes, you would see the same way in outer space as you do on Earth.
Start with 2, then add 2 at a time, until you reach a million. This will give you all the even numbers.
No, Actually. The Great Wall of China is not visible from space UNLESS you have a telescope, binoculars, etc. Think about it. The wall is only the width of an average free-way in thinner parts.
X-Ray telescopes. Thermal Telescopes. Space Probes Im doing this in school now, and im only 14 so i ain't that intelegent but hope this helps
What actually you see during heads & eyes up is space. During day it's the sun during night it's the wonderful band of stars & d lovely moon. That's only the space.
i think space is the limit.there is nothing after it or above it.so it dosent take space. by sharjeel ahmed dubai
FLAMINGOS can eat so diff. from humans. They can fly which is also what a human cant do either.
Hubble space telescope sees very detailed pictures of the happenings in the cosmos like very detailed pictures of a death of a star.
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Sure, if you watch long enough. Note that a single rotation takes about a day.
I'm not sure exactly what you are asking. Do you mean "What features on Earth can you see from space?" There are no man-made objects on Earth that are visible in daytime from even low-Earth orbit about 120 miles up, not even the Great Wall of China. You need at least a small telescope to see any m…an-made features. You can see things like lakes and big rivers. For example, you could not see Hoover Dam, but you could see Lake Mead behind hit. At night, it's a different story; city lights are clearly visible and give you at least the outline of the city and the major highways between them. (MORE)
A nice question to be thought about. Actually we cannot see the light passing in free space. While we look at the sunlight coming through a hole at home it becomes possible only when we have dust particles on its way. So in freespace as we don't have such particles we cannot see the light passing ne…ar by. Only when light falls on our retina we are able to sense it. Otherwise we cannot. (MORE)
The "sky" is just our atmosphere, which is mostly transparent. Actually, you CAN see the "sky" from space, if you're looking across the horizon; you can see the hazy glow of our atmosphere around the curvature of the Earth. But when you are looking down, you're looking through a thin enough layer …of air that it is pretty much transparent. (MORE)
The answer is 27,000,001! . It is this because 0+999,999=999,999. And 1+999,998=999,999. Sowhat is 9+9+9+9+9+9? It is 54. And there are 500,000 pairs. So whatis 54x500,000? It equals 27,000,000! But we haven't added thedigits of 1,000,000. So 1+0+0+0+0+0+0=1. And now we add it to27,000,000. And tha…t equals 27,000,001! (MORE)
We can see objects in space which are even more distant with the naked eye. The Moon is 385,000 km away and the Sun is a whopping 150 million km . Visible all the way down here on Earth, the most distant object in the solar system we can see, without a telescope, is Saturn at 1.5 billion km away.… (MORE)