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“Fall colors are back,” wrote photographer Manish Mamtani.
The naysayers were wrong. Some did catch some Draconid meteors this weekend, in the narrow window between sunset and moonrise.
Brilliant Venus and faint Mars swept close last week, in the east before sunup. Check out these awesome photos!
When you look over an ocean at a distorted sun or moon, the reason is most often that the low slanting rays of the object are being highly refracted between air layers of different temperatures.
Scott Kuhn captured anticrepuscular rays as the moon was rising over Fort Mountain in northern Georgia.
Stunning view of Saturn’s night side, looking toward the sunlit side of the rings, by Cassini spacecraft cameras. Cassini ended its mission on September 15, 2017.
This timelapse video shows a peaceful and breathless moonrise from the International Space Station, with Venus, Mars and Mercury also in view.
Marc Toso tried 3 times to capture this ancient petroglyph known as a waterglyph, estimated to be between 2,000 and 1,000 years old. The 3rd time was the charm.
Judy Allen captured this image on September 28, 2017.
Spot moon, Antares, Saturn after sunset
See it! Orionid meteors this weekend