Last week I've seen in a TV documentary a very nice picture of the night sky.
Its particularities were: it was taken with a fish-eye lens oriented upward,
making the night sky displayed in a disk; there was the milky way crossing the
disk; the end of the sunset was visible; mountains on the horizon were breaking
the silhouette of the disk; there was some vegetation in the field of view.
I wanted to recreate it, but as a random generator. I don't have much time right
now for this project, so I hurried up to make a boilerplate on which I could
build up some time in the future, and to avoid to forget the idea. Even if there
is a lot to improve, it already satisfies me enough to post it here. If anyone
wants to play with it, the code is available on GitHub:
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