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hexagonal cloud formations on Saturns north pole

Hexagonal cloud formations on Saturns north pole

Cyclones, South Atlantic Ocean - This image was taken by the MODIS instrument on NASA’s Terra satellite in April  2009. Image:  Jeff Schmaltz/NASA

Weird Clouds Look Even Better From Space

Weird Clouds Look Even Better From Space / Cyclones, South Atlantic Ocean

This image of North and South America city lights was created with data from the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) Operational Linescan System (OLS). Originally designed to view clouds by moonlight, the OLS is also used to map the locations of permanent lights on the Earth's surface.

Earth Image: North and South America City Lights

The Lagoon Nebula #8 of Charles Messier’s “not a comet” list, the Lagoon Nebula is a cloud of ionized hydrogen estimated to be 4000-6000 light years from earth. It can be seen with the naked eye as a gray/green patch in the constellation of Sagittarius. PHOTOGRAPHER: Chuck Manges

The Lagoon Nebula of Charles Messier’s “not a comet” list, the Lagoon Nebula is a cloud of ionized hydrogen estimated to be light years from earth. It can be seen with the naked eye as a gray/green patch in the constellation of Sagittarius.

Sunrise at the North Pole when the Sun and the Moon are at their closest point.

Sunrise at the North Pole when the Sun and the Moon are at their closest point. because the North Pole is the most magical place on the planet.

Lenticular and Stunning

At safari not only animals can attract attention - visitors from sky? Dmitry Gorillovskiy, National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 - In Focus - The Atlantic

Millions of stargazers in eastern Asia, the north Pacific and in western US states had a cosmic treat on Sunday as a result of the annual eclipse of the sun.

Millions of stargazers in eastern Asia, the north Pacific and in western US states had a cosmic treat on Sunday as a result of the annual eclipse of the sun.

How the sun looks when you take pictures at the same place and time every week for a year. This is called an Analemma!

really neat! almost an infinity symbol - pp said "Individual images taken of Venus in one year to create a full curve. The summer solstice being at the top, winter solstice at the bottom, and equinox where the lines cross (by Jesús Peláez)"

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