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These swirling, intense red sunset skies are due to ongoing wildfires in northern Italy.
Saturday night is International Observe the Moon Night, and EarthSky community members from around the world sent photos, reminding us that we all see the same moon.
Fiona M. Donnelly captured this image on October 21. 2017, in Smiths Falls, Ontario. She wrote, “Our Earth’s rotation during a one-hour period.”
The light of excited atoms and molecules, high over Utah’s own smaller version of the Grand Canyon.
A fisherman at Echo Lake, New Hampshire, surrounded by the colors of this year’s beautiful autumn.
First 2 Taurid fireball photos we’ve seen this year, but we’re expecting more. These 2 photographers, 100 miles apart, likely saw the same bright meteor.
This weekend’s Orionid meteor shower didn’t disappoint. EarthSky community photos, here.
Uranus – most distant planet visible, barely, to the unaided eye – was opposite the sun this week. Photos from the EarthSky community here.
Saquarema was once known as Brazil’s surfing capital. Spring is in progress there, and Helio C. Vital says that the sunset is almost back over the ocean.
Did you see the moon sweep past the planets this week? Spectacular images from EarthSky friends here. Thanks to all who submitted!
Can you see stars’ different colors?
Shining sea and sky