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Posted by Andrew/">Andrew on October 9, 1999 23:11:51 UTC

Can you see stars in space? I think I remember learning your eye can not detect light in space (outside the earth's atmosphere). For example, the pictures you see of a space walk or men on the moon have no stars in the background.

Is this true? If so, why?

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