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    No birds? What do you like to look at then?

    Besides the above, there are rainbows and double bows to be seen from indoors as well as halos and other atmospheric phenomena Moon coronas also and moon halos. If I have a glass of water on the table and the light bounces off the surface of the water onto the wall, I can see this solid...
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    No birds? What do you like to look at then?

    Hi Barry, Meteors are seen fairly easily from inside near a window, and the occasional fireball. You are probably too far south, but I have also seen aurorae and noctilucent clouds from inside and photographed them. During the day with the curtains almost closed I get a constant display in...
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    No birds? What do you like to look at then?

    Barry, very nice observations. I of course look at the night sky, and in the daytime, people, cats, foxes, squirrels, aircraft etc. There is always something. Regards, B
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