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## What star's would you see on the daytime if suddenly sun

[From: Astronomy & Space] [author: ] [Date: 04-07] [Hit: ]
What stars would you see on the daytime if suddenly sun goes out?Every night you see the same star patterns in the sky, but on a daytime would you see the same stars if suddenly sun goes out? if you got to see the same stars at this time the......

What star's would you see on the daytime if suddenly sun goes out?
Every night you see the same star patterns in the sky, but on a daytime would you see the same stars if suddenly sun goes out? if you got to see the same stars at this time then what stars the other side of world would see?
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Math say: If sun suddenly goes out, it is night instantly and it stays that way forever.

The sky will become illuminated with stars all over. Like never before. It may look amazing BUT no way to know what you will see. It will likely be very colorful.
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All of them
Except the Sun
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Tom say: Those that were in the NIGHT SKY six months previously---- because the Earth orbits around the Sun,The night stars "shift over" a small amount every night, so different stars become visible as the year progresses. It takes a year (12 months) for you to see the same pattern of stats in the night sky at a given time---say 8 o clock.
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quantumclaustrophobe say: In most places, you'd see the same sky you saw 6 months ago, when we were on the other side of the sun in our orbit.
But, if you were on the North Pole or the South Pole - the sky would hold the same stars, always.
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poldi2 say: The star patterns at night change with the seasons, you don't see the same constellations in the winter as you do in the summer.

You would see the summer constellations in the winter if the sun went out, you would see the winter constellations in the summer if the sun went out.
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Elyse Rose say: Basically the same as what you saw at night six months ago.
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Donut Tim say: You would see the same stars that you would see in the night sky six months earlier or six months later when the Earth is on the other side of the Sun.
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YKhan say: You will see all of the constellations on the opposite side of the sky. Usually you have to wait till the Earth moves around to that side of its orbit to see those constellations, but if the Sun weren't there, then you would see all of them, as the Earth rotated around.
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CarolOklaNola say: You DON'T see the same constellations in the SAME places every night. Right now I can't see anything because it is probably overcast. You can't see Orion this time of Year because the Sun is either in it or close to it.
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Clive say: But you DON'T see the same star patterns in the sky every night, do you? They move round with the seasons. As we move round the Sun, we face a different part of the sky and it changes a little every night, until after a year we're back facing the same way again.

So we have summer and winter constellations. Now if the Sun went out, what you would normally see in the winter would be visible in daytime in the summer. What you see at midday would be the same as you see at midnight 6 months later.
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Zardoz say: You would see the stars you would normally see six months later.
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