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Describing the sky at night without visual comparison
stars in the night skyWhen people describe items, scenes or experiences, they often use visual references. But for someone who is blind or visually impaired, these descriptions might not mean a lot.

In this article, the author, an astrophysicist describes the night sky without using visual cues instead attempting to use references that a visually impaired person would be able to relate to. It’s an interesting read for the sighted and visually impaired alike.

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