In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1luz de las estrellas feminineby starlight — a la luz de las estrellas
- Imagine every night going to sleep under bright starlight and being woken each morning by the sun shining warmly on your face.
- For the first time, scientists have detailed evidence that an animal can see color by starlight.
- You would have to produce a master's certificate and prove you could navigate by starlight before they would let you loose around the coast.
- He woke to moonlight and starlight and the glowing end of Toby's cigar.
- The wind blew outside; the house was dark and lit only by starlight.
- Here your nighttime walk on the sand is not by starlight, but by electric sky glow.
- They were amazed at the bright twinkling pattern of starlight as it shone through the window.
- Sharks have excellent eyesight that is particularly good at detecting movement in low-light conditions such as starlight.
- The dust would redden their outgoing starlight, thereby making them look like an older stellar population.
- Is the red-shift of starlight actually due to universe expansion, or could there be another cause?
- According to Einstein, the Sun's powerful gravity would deflect starlight passing near its rim.
- The absorption nebula contains dust that scatters starlight and hides stars from our view.
- The light in the image comes from starlight from the central star reflected by dust particles.
- The tower's rough surface is illuminated by starlight and is silhouetted against the background glow of more distant gas.
- Rendezvous was a beautiful city, and even more so when bathed in starlight.
- That kind of interaction helps probe the structure of objects between the source of starlight and observers on Earth.
- The sky was bright with moonlight, with starlight, with the red tint of blazes, and with the black smudge of smoke.
- When starlight is split into a spectrum, dark lines indicate chemicals in the star's atmosphere.
- Outside, a trio of the famous machines gleamed by starlight.
- The atmosphere of Pluto might also be detected using eclipses: eclipses of the third kind, starlight being used to probe its properties.
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