artificial moonlight

artificial moonlight

Illumination of an intensity between that of starlight and that of a full moon on a clear night. See also battlefield illumination.
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Taking advantage of this growth, Muybridge also encouraged sales of his works by using special effects techniques, including artificial moonlight effects and staged figures against rugged landscapes.
Here, a Jurassic Park-style tram ride with informative commentary takes you around the gardens under artificial moonlight the lack of any obvious fences or cages keeps your eyes and ears peeled at all times.
Their roles also involved guiding aircraft towards safe landings, watching the sea for rescuing ditched pilots or for the presence of enemy ships, submarines and mines, and supplying artificial moonlight to help infantry and other units.
4--5--Color) A walkway that is naturally shaded by day can be bathed in artificial moonlight using fixtures placed in the trees.
In Clunio emergence rhythm, Neumann (1966, 1976) showed that the semilunar timing is eatrained by the artificial moonlight given in the laboratory for 3-4 nights every 30 days.
Cycles of artificial moonlight do entrain the tidal rhythm of larval release in an estuarine terrestrial crab; and the phase relations between the evoked tidal rhythm and the artificial moonlight cycle correspond to the phase relations between the time of high tide and the moonlight cycle in the habitat of a local population (Saigusa, 1988).
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