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At night, or during an eclipse of the Sun, or when it's cloudy.
You cannot see 'too many' stars in the night sky. You can only see those that are visible. Atmospheric conditions vary and with it, its the transparency. The clearer the sky the more stars you can see.
The same as they always do, we just cannot see them through the clouds.
The stars are always there, but you cannot see them every night because the sky will be covered with clouds on some nights. If you were to go above the clouds you could see them.
Yes. All the stars we see in the night sky are well beyond the Oort cloud.
A kiwi cannot see very well either at night or in the daytime.
cones are deactivated while rods are activated. As cones are responsible for seeing colours, we cannot see colours in the dark due to the deactivation.
Night is the period when we cannot see the sun.
Birds see all the colors we do, as well as ultraviolet.
see the sun!?!
there is no light to reflect off the object that you want to see
No, not all animals are color blind. Some see less color pigmentation than others, which as a general rule would be those animals with good night vision. People, which by definition are animals, are for the most part, not color blind.
Yes, of course they can see during the day! However, if they are blind, they cannot. Cats can also see very well in the dark, but not pitch black dark. Their eyes are better than ours.
well.. they can see at night and we cannot really so therefore it probubly is
You cannot see our sun.
Dogs are color blind, they cannot see any colors, however, there's a theory that if dogs have certain colored eyes like blue, then they can see in color
We see different colours because other colours are being absorbed.