No, your eye isn't able to focus unless you turn your head.
It is the teapot on the top left corner on the screen. On one of the questions it will appear. But on the others, it won't be there.
The bright object the Earth revolves around IS the Sun.
bright enough to need sunglasses.
The moon is lighted by sunlight. That's why when the Earth is between the sun and the moon the shadow of the Earth causes the Moon to be entirely dark (a lunar eclipse).
Other things being equal, the farther away an object is, the dimmer (less bright) it will appear. If no light is lost (due to gas or dust in the line of sight), there is an inverse-square law - for example, an object that is 10 times closer to another one, both of which have the same real brightness, will look 100 times brighter to us.
To get bright and crispy images of your object.
your mom cus its so bright lol
The pronoun 'his' is a possessive pronoun and a possessive adjective; either can function as the subject or describe the subject, and as the object, or they can describe the object in a sentence.The possessive pronoun 'his' takes the place of a noun that belongs to a male:His is the house on the corner. (subject)The house on the corner is his. (object)The possessive adjective 'his' is placed before a noun to show that the noun belongs to a male:His house is on the corner. (describes the subject)The one on the corner is his house. (describes the object)
Yes, the closer you get the bigger the object will appear but to only the size of the object really is, and the farther away you get the small it will get
Venus can be the third brightest object in the sky after the sun and moon when its in the right place. It is the planet that comes closest to earth. It looks like a very bright star in the evening or morning. Mars and Jupiter can also appear to be very bright, and are easily seen from earth.