A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Don Seltzer
Date: 2019 Apr 21, 11:38 -0400
Joe Rao posted this on Facebook. It's topical, of course, since the Cathedral of Notre Dame is below the comet. But is it real or a sort of photoshop? The stars are immediately recognizable. If you don't instantly see Arcturus, Bootes, Corona Borealis, etc. then you probably did not waste your youth hanging around in a planetarium. Heh.
Hint (and in French, too!): La Nuit Américaine, a film by François Truffaut.