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-[[Image:Sunset sky on the baltic sea outside of Kiel GER summer 2010.jpg|'''[[Sky]]''' is the part of the '''[[atmosphere]]''' or of outer space visible from the surface of any astronomical object. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During '''[[daylight]]''', the sky of Earth has the appearance of a deep blue surface because of the air's scattering of '''[[sunlight]]'''. The sky is sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars.|thumb|350px]]+[[Image:Sunset sky on the baltic sea outside of Kiel GER summer 2010.jpg|'''[[Sky]]''' is the part of the '''[[atmosphere]]''' or of outer space visible from the surface of any astronomical object. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During '''[[daylight]]''', the sky of Earth has the appearance of a deep blue surface because of the air's scattering of '''[[sunlight]]'''. The sky is sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars.|thumb|400px]]
-'''[[Sky]]''' is the part of the '''[[atmosphere]]''' or of outer space visible from the surface of any astronomical object. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During daylight, the sky of Earth has the appearance of a deep blue surface because of the air's scattering of '''[[sunlight]]'''. The sky is sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars.+'''[[Sky]]''' is the part of the '''[[atmosphere]]''' or of outer space visible from the surface of any astronomical object. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During daylight, the sky of Earth has the appearance of a deep blue surface because of the air's scattering of '''[[sunlight]]'''.
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 +The sky is sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars.

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Sky is the part of the atmosphere or of outer space visible from the surface of any astronomical object. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During daylight, the sky of Earth has the appearance of a deep blue surface because of the air's scattering of sunlight. The sky is sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars.
Sky is the part of the atmosphere or of outer space visible from the surface of any astronomical object. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During daylight, the sky of Earth has the appearance of a deep blue surface because of the air's scattering of sunlight. The sky is sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars.

Sky is the part of the atmosphere or of outer space visible from the surface of any astronomical object. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During daylight, the sky of Earth has the appearance of a deep blue surface because of the air's scattering of sunlight.

The sky is sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars.


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Reference

  • Wikipedia Sky [1]

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