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naked

(nā′kĕd) [AS naced, nude]
Uncovered, exposed to view, nude, bare, devoid of clothing.

naked

(of a plant structure) without hairs or scales.
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The solution also supports 120Hz and 9 view image output, suitable for various naked-eye 3D technologies including lenticular, barrier-type and direct-lit backlight.
This most famous of naked-eye doubles, at the bend of the Big Dipper's handle, was long considered a test of keen eyesight.
Back in my March column I discussed seeing Venus and Sirius naked-eye when the Sun was still above the horizon.
The latter idea is particularly appealing every eight years when April begins with one of my favorite recurring celestial events: the close meeting of Venus, the loveliest naked-eye planet, with the Pleiades or Seven Sisters, the loveliest naked-eye star cluster (see page 48).
The naked-eye observer will marvel at the constellation canopy that floats above Orion and Sirius.
I would like to ask readers to try for themselves, and to please send their naked-eye observations to me via email at faintestobject@me.
Once every 8 years--and 2009 is one of those--inferior conjunction also provides a special treat for naked-eye observers.
Although the Milky Way in this part of the sky doesn't look nearly as rich telescopically as that in Sagittarius, it's physically closer to Earth and contains more bright, naked-eye stars.
This is the first well-documented case of a double naked-eye sighting anywhere in the world from a location at an altitude less than 5,900 feet (1,800 meters), the first in Israel, and the first to be photographed.
Naked-Eye Challenge "Some parts of our Milky Way, such as the Cygnus and Carina starclouds, are particularly rich in very luminous white stars of spectral types O, B, and A, characteristic of stellar Population I.