Why can radio astronomers carry out observations of stars both night and day, and astronomers-optics – only at night?

Sunlight scattered in the earth’s atmosphere has a high intensity, and therefore even bright stars against the background of the daytime sky are not visible. Scattered radio emission from the Sun does not interfere with radio astronomers, since it is very small.

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