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    presence follows them whether in the inner city of Milwaukee or rural countryside of southern Scotland. The night sky portrays a sense of intricate detail covering the entire horizon as far as the eye can see. Nature’s vastness contains power and encompasses a sense of motion, especially when glancing up at the night sky. Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh utilizes intricate brushstrokes to portray the nighttime. Van Gogh’s representation of the night sky utilizes colors and intricate brush strokes to portray a depiction of nature’s impact. “Such a painting as Starry Night… with the…

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    Night Sky Research Paper

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    How many things can you see in the night sky? A lot! On a clear night you might see the moon, some planets, and thousands of sparkling stars. You can see even more with a telescope. You might see stars where before you only saw dark space. You might see that many stars look larger than others. You might see that some stars that look white are really red or blue. With bigger and bigger telescopes you can see more and more objects in the sky and you can see those objects in more and more detail. …

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    1. What is justice? How can one individual change a system that is not just? What lessons about human rights are found in literature and life? Justice is the equality and protection of rights as well as the just punishment of wrong-doings. This concept was addressed in Night Sky multiple times. When Sky was trying to move her hairbrush, she thought of, “…the monsters who took Sasha, because that poor little girl might never see her mom and dad again—and I swear I will find those bastards and…

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    Twinkle in the Sky In the dry cold desert one lonely night. A child by the name of The Curious One often questioned the origin or the meaning of everything he came in contact with. As he walked side by side his grandmother also known as The Wise One, he couldn 't help but notice the many things that shined so high in the sky. As he grew up over time he quickly picked up on the fact that the whole village seemed to ask his grandma for her advice. In his eyes she seemed to know everything, from…

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    Draco is a constellation that is seen in the Northern Skies. He was first documented by a Greek astronomer by the name of Ptolemy in the second century. In Latin Draco means Dragon and the constellation is a presentation of the dragon Ladon that is the guardian of a garden with the help of the Hesperides in Greek Mythology (http://www.constellation-guide.com/constellation-list/draco-constellation/). The constellation is also said to flip as the year goes on. During the summer seasons it will…

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    between two graham crackers and throw in a piece of chocolate to top it off. Indulging into the ooey-gooey goodness is messy. The graham cracker breaks sending crumbles to the ground and my fingers become sticky from the melty marshmallow. Taking the final bite, I close my eyes to enhance my flavorful experience. Not to leave any of the appetizing treat behind, I lick my fingers clean slowly. The perfect food to savor around the campfire has left my belly content and my face full of chocolate.…

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    Sean Blumlein Mr. Flood English 11 H 20 March 2018 Light Prevails in the Night People hear the word light and they often think of physical light, but the word light has many underlying interpretations and meanings. Whether in the form of wavelengths, the constant struggle of good vs. evil, representing life, a guide, a force, or to describe speed, light is almost always a positive that often relates to a person being on the pathway to happiness. The many elements and meanings of…

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    to look at a beautiful sky day and night. Small towns are way better and safer than big towns. Small towns are quieter, have less crime and have clearer and prettier skies. Small towns are better than big cities because there is less noise. In big towns it is often hard to fall asleep because of the terrible noise outside. In the poem “Big City Noise” it states “People do not seem to hear the noise during the day. But at night, the noise makes it hard to sleep.”…

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    of this lab are to observe the constellations in the night sky. We are to us the internet or any other resources of our choice to research the history of the constellations. I decided to do research over Libra, which means the Scales or Balance. It is also one of my favorite constellations because it is also my zodiac sign. Libra has three really bright stars and they are Alpha Librae, Beta Librae, and Gamma Librae. The three stars can be seen at the upper part of the scales that links the…

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    The undisclosed wind would soar between her emaciated sheen, moving her homeward toward dawn. "I implore you, unwavering cloak. Let her be," The Night sky would moan. Its unearthly-meander spilling into the earth below. "Tell me I do not love the evidence of dawn!" but the wind's mouth does not converse, it only whispers the truth--should you listen. Should you have ears to hear,"tell me she doesn't love me!" Limbless. Formless. As if a breath! The fragmented light threw her arms about the…

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