Not ALL the time. But yes, astronomers do watch the stars. Not as much as they used to; back in the days before computers, astronomers did sit in their observatories through the night with their eyes pressed up against the telescope eyepieces.
These days, astronomers can have more normal social lives because they can program in a series of observations into their computers and download the pictures in the morning.
Comet hunters especially do spend many nights at their telescopes.
Astronomers and stargazers.
Historical people that looked at the stars and objects in the sky
As a noun: Kaname's gaze was directed out the window.As a verb: She likes to gaze up at the stars.
The men stargazers at the moon.
to gaze up at stars and record movement.
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it is the chaldeans
the stargazers of Babylon is the 11th Dynasty of Babylon which is CHALDEAN,,...thanks....Dianne Concepcion of II-Abraham..
The cast of The Stargazers - 2009 includes: Joyce Gan Saiful Saleem Lyon Sim
An eye gaze is a gaze that involves an eye.
When you step out at night into your back yard or a country road, and look up to gaze at the stars, essentially every individual star you see is in the Milky Way. If you have good eyes and an exceptionally dark sky, and you know where to look, you can see one galaxy outside the Milky Way, but you can't see individual stars in it. Some of the brighter, more familiar stars, whose names are known to many stargazers, include Sirius, Procyon, Betelgeuse, Aldeberan, Vega, Deneb, Altair, Castor, Pollux, Rigel, Regulus, and Polaris the 'North Star'. Also, don't forget Sol (the sun).
The word 'gaze' is a noun (gaze, gazes) and a verb(gaze, gazes, gazing, gazed). Examples:Noun: His gaze followed the plane until it was out of sight.Verb: All I could do was gaze in amazement at what he had accomplished.
He averted his gaze from her beauty. They directed their gaze at the display of candy.
early stargazers probably thought that the constellations came to be from the gods ex. The wild stage was close to Artemis so when it was killed she put it into the sky
In the King James version the word - Star - appears 15 times the word - stargazers - appears once the word - stars - appears 51 times
they are real stars yes
You will be asked to sit at a screen and keep your gaze fixed on a central light source.
Gaze has one syllable.
The cast of Stargazers - 1994 includes: Carl Sagan as himself Carolyn Shoemaker as herself Eugene Shoemaker as himself Patrick Stewart as Narrator
Gaze can be a verb or a noun: He liked to sit on the deck at sunset and gaze at the mountains. It was difficult to remain calm under his penetrating gaze.
Gaze can be a verb or a noun. As a verb, an example would be, I like to gaze at the beautiful scenery. As a noun, an example would be, he turned his gaze in my direction.
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