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Curious Kids: why do we see the 'sky' during the day, but the galaxy at night?

By Hannah Schunker, Lecturer of Physics, University of Newcastle
David Pontin, Associate Professor of Physics, University of Newcastle
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The sky on other planets doesn’t look the same as the sky on Earth does. And that’s because of the different gases in Earth’s atmosphere.

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