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night sky wordnet sense
  1. The term night sky refers to the sky as seen at night. The term is usually associated with astronomy, with reference to views of celestial bodies such as stars, the Moon, and planets that become visible on a clear night after the Sun has set.
  2. Night Sky is a discontinued American bimonthly magazine for entry-level stargazers. It was published between May/June 2004 and March/April 2007 by Sky Publishing, which also produces Sky & Telescope (S&T).
  3. Night Sky is a 1991 play by Susan Yankowitz, which originally premiered in New York starring Joan MacIntosh, under the direction of Joseph Chaikin, whose personal struggles with stroke and aphasia were the original inspiration for the play. ...
  4. "The Night Sky" is a song written and performed by English rock band Keane. The song was released as a one-off charity single released by the band in aid of War Child. It was released as a download on October 22 and then a physical release on Island Records on 29 October. ...
  5. (Night Skies) Night Skies was a sci-fi horror film that was in development in the late 1970s, but never actually made. Steven Spielberg conceived the idea after Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Instead, material developed at the time was used in Poltergeist and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
  6. (Night Skies (film)) Night Skies is a 2007 horror film starring A.J. Cook, Jason Connery, George Stults and Ashley Peldon. It revolves around the infamous "Phoenix Lights", one of the largest UFO sightings ever.