Back Approximately one year after launch, the EUVE all-sky survey was completed, as seen in this image with no data gaps. The Moon and instrumental effects seen on the previous slide have been removed through computer processing techniques, to highlight sources of EUV radiation beyond our Solar System. If we could don a pair of EUV glasses that enabled our eyes to detect this type of radiation, when we stepped outside at night, we'd see the sky in a totally different way from what we are accustomed. The sky would look like the image you see in this slide. Certain features would still be recognizable, such as the belt in the constellation of Orion. Next
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