The English version of this blog will be completed as soon as possible.
The most moonless night, between the last and first crescents, when the moon lies between the earth and the sun, when a solar eclipse would happen if the three were in the same plane... In this dark, the night sky is bright, and the Milky Way easily visible as it progresses over the faint village lights. Mert's SkyMap app informs us the the rising planet is Saturn, and that clear constellation in the south is Sagittarius - not Orion. To its east, partly in the Milky Way is Scorpio. Mert's phone also takes good night photos:
"Realising the immensity of the universe, acknowledging that we are small and learning, despite this, our capacity to create new worlds, touching the other lives and letting our lives to be touched by the others." says Mert.