Is the rising of sky an punishment?
No in tagalog and iloko version because in taalog version pound rice and it hit every time he pound rice while in iloko version a woman request it to be higher in hiligaynon version a man who was drunk pierce the one of the gods.and god father get angry and he up the sky.
it was a punishment
It was said that the Titan, Atlas, supported the heavens as a punishment.
His punishment was that he'd hold up the sky.
Just rising in the eastern sky.
as punishment for bragging about her and her daughter.
to hold up the sky as his punishment
In Greek mythology, it was Atlas. It was a punishment placed upon him by Zeus.
Some were imprisoned and 15 were executed by firing squad and one was hung.
The sky is rarely red in the morning, and very little is it at night. The reason though is because of the sun setting and rising.
Atlas was a titan who fought for Kronos in the war against the gods and the titans. And as a punishment, he was forced to hold up the sky- separate the sky and ground.
they saw a roaring flash of light in the sky.
The north star is usually the first star in the night-sky. NO! Depending on ones position, in the Northern hemisphere Sirius, Arcturus, Rigel are the most visible on rising and across the sky. "Polaris" is of a smaller magnitude and thus not seen so readily. One may also refer to planets as being the first "star" in the sky, Venus and Jupiter 'rising' similarly bright depending on your latitude and obviously longitude.
If the Sun is just rising and you see the Moon in the southeastern sky, then we know that you live in the northern hemisphere, and that you are seeing a waning crescent moon.
2. No. The stars in the sky stay in their positions essentially all the time. It is the Earth that rotates, giving the illusion of the stars and Moon rising in the eastern sky.
Any natural astronomical object seen in the western sky is setting.
Atlas is a greek Titan who holds the sky up for punishment by the mighty god Zeus.
At midnight, the first quarter Moon will just be setting, the full Moon will be high in the sky, and the 3rd quarter Moon will be just rising.
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Cassiopeia, along with her husband Cepheus and daughter Andromeda, was placed in the sky as punishment for boasting of her beauty.
It leads to the cycle of night and day, the rising and setting of every object in the sky, their daily courses across the sky, and the rotation of high- and low-pressure systems.
Atlas was required to stand on the western edge of Gaea (earth) to hold up Uranus (the sky) on his shoulders.
Atlas, the General of the Titans. He was so strong his punishment after the gods won the war was to hold up the sky.
You are getting a tattoo besides a phoenix what is a goodpretty symbol for survivor rising above strength etc?
You could perhaps use the Titan, Atlas from Greek mythology. Atlas fought with the Greek Gods and lost so his punishment was to hold up the earth and sky as a burden. Atlas would be a good choice since that is a very heavy burden but yet he carries the weight of the world on his shoulders.
If the First Quarter moon is rising, then the moon is a quarter of the sky behind the sun, and it rises a quarter of the day after the sun ... six hours after the sun-rise, or nominally Noon.
as the earth rotates, the sun appears to be rising and travelling across the sky (giving is day and night, etc).
From a location in the US of America a star is observed to be rising due east Where will this star be located 6 hours later?
High in the Southern Sky.
The appearance of things "rising" and "setting" in the sky is caused by the Earth's 24-hour rotation. Everything "rises" in the East.
Dr. Hook's 1980's album, "Rising", shows the ocean with the sun coming up on the horizon, surrounded by flames. The crescent moon can be seen in the black starry sky above the flames.
The Moon rises about 50 minutes later each night. After a few weeks, it is logically rising in the morning, and crossing the sky during the day. As the month goes on, it eventually is rising at night again. The moons movements are independent of the sun. Though day length varies, the sun is always up during the "day", and gone at night. Not so the moon.
The radiant, the point they appear to come from is in the constellation Leo, hence the name Leonids. It will be rising from the horizon as the night goes on. However, meteors can come from anywhere and as meteors fly across the sky, just look up and keep scanning the sky and you will get a chance to see some wherever you look.
One certain problem now is the Global warming and another is the pollution (carbon) rising up to the sky increasing the carbon tax
Ra is a sun god. It is said that every night Ra sailed in the sky to be the sun for the day. He had to pass through 12 gates before rising into the sky and becoming the sun. If there wasn't Ra there was no light, therefore Egyptians worshipped him.
Jupiter is pretty spectacular these days. Look for it rising just at sunset. Jupiter will be high in the eastern sky by about 10 PM. Venus and Mars rise before dawn, and are visible in the eastern sky just before sunrise.
At the present time (late August 2009), in the northern Hemisphere, Mars is rising from the northeastern horizon around 1:00 AM,and climbing to the south-central sky by sunrise. During these hours, it can be easily identified, somewhere in the southeastern sky, as it is quite bright and quite red.
Atlas is famed for holding the sky. He is seen in some paintings holding the earth and is based on a cliff. This was his punishment administered by Zeus because Atlas would fight many of the gods. Before given this punishment Atlas was a general in an army and one of the major Greek Titans.
No. The moon appears and disappears at different times. If you think back, you've seen the moon at different places in the sky at a given time. The moon may be rising plump and orange just after sunset, or it might be full and bright high in the sky at the same time as the sun has left the sky.
The first stage of a snowstorm is that the temperature of the air must be below freezing?æand moisture in the sky. Warm, rising air is what make precipitation occurs.
If you look up in the sky for a blue beam of light rising out of the ground, that marks the location of the mystery box.
When the sun is setting or rising, the clouds aren't really orange- or pink or purple of yellow for that matter. The sun is simply making them look that way.
The mythical god atlas was supposed to hold the stationary earth on his shoulders was atlas performing any work?
Yes, he was. The sky was a burden for him to hold on his shoulders forever more, as a punishment.
Mercur. It has an orbit that is closer to the Sun, meaning that we'd only see them when the Sun is either up or rising... in other words, not at night.
Songs included on the Remember the Titans soundtrack are are "Aint No Mountain High Enough, "Spirit in the Sky, "Spill the Wine" and "House of the Rising Sun".
The Nisshōki is white with a red disc in the center. The white background represents the morning sky. It is also supposed to represent honesty and purity. The red disc represents the rising sun. The red circle in the middle stands for the sun; Japan itself is 'the land of the rising sun'.
Venus and Jupiter will be the only planets visible in the evening sky in November. During November the gap between the two planets will diminish until they are little over 2 degrees apart at the end of the month. Saturn will move a little higher into the morning sky, rising 3 hours before the Sun by November 30. Venus and Jupiter will be the only planets visible in the evening sky in November. During November… Read More
Cassiopeia is a constellation in the northern sky. It was named after the vain queen Cassiopeia in Greek mythology, who boasted about her unrivaled beauty. As punishment for her vanity she was forced to endlessly circle the North Star.
The Sun can only light one half of the Earth at one time. While the Earth rotates the sun, it revolves, making the Sun move in our sky.
If you see the Moon on the western horizon, it is setting in the sky. Both the moon and the sun RISE IN THE EAST AND SET IN THE WEST.
If the Earth rotated strait, then there would be no seasons. The effects include the turning of the sky overhead, the sun and moon rising and setting, and the creation of wind currents.
There are really two answers to "What is the tallest mountain?" >> The tallest mountain rising from the earth's (dry) surface is Mt Everest in the Himalayas, but ... >> the tallest overall one rising from the ocean floor and projecting into the sky is Mauna Kea in Hawaii. A large part of this huge volcano is submerged.
he was punished because he was on the opposing team of Zeus in the in the great war. instead of throwing atlas into tartaras, Zeus gave atlas the special punishment of holding the sky.