"A star blindness": why astronauts of United States of America on the Moon did not see stars

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Youri Alekseevich Gagarin in the official report on the space flight described the supervision: "The earth from this height – 175-327 kilometers – is looked through very well … The sky has absolutely black color. Stars in this sky look slightly more brightly and are more accurately visible against this black sky". In this case Youri Alekseevich Gagarin speaks about the supervision by the light of the Sun as right there he describes that is visible at this light on Earth surface. Star blindness of the American astronauts When the American astronauts brought the first photos from the Moon surface, many asked, why on...

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