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Top Viewed Photos: April-June 2010

See the most visited photos on TWAN website during spring 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



2010 June 2: In the second three months of 2010 TWAN website received about half a million visits from about 160 countries and territories. There are currently over 1600 photos and time-lapse videos on TWAN galleries and near to 500 photos in the Guest Gallery. TWAN imagery is increasing by the support of The World at Night dedicated photographers. Listed below are the top ten viewed photos and videos (April - June 2010) by the global visitors to TWAN website:

1- Iran Desert Milky Way by Amir Abolfath was viewed 1300 times.


2- Sahara Night by Babak Tafreshi was viewed over 1200 times.


3- Eclipse Sequence over Africa by Fred Espenak (1150 visits).


4- Starry Night in Paradise by Babak Tafreshi (1100 visits).


5- Winter Milky Way over Death Valley by Wally Pacholka (1000 visits).


6- Lunar Rainbow and Unknown Event by Wally Pacholka (900 visits).


7- From Orion to Canopus by Tunc Tezel (750 visits).


8- Mars and the Lion above Kurdistan by Babak Tafreshi (700 visits).


9- Canary Islands Milky Way, a time-lapse video by Bernd Proschold (660 visits).


10- Wind of the Sun by Yuichi Takasaka (640 visits).




The top 3 most viewed photos on TWAN Guest Gallery during the second three months of 2010 are the followings:


1- Light House and Stars by Larry Andreasen (420 visits).


2- Castle and Sky by Paco Bellido (380 visits).


3- Full Moon Rainbow by Tony Rowell (350 visits).


Top Visiting Countries
The top ten visiting countries to TWAN website during the second three months of 2010 include USA with 39% of the visitors, Iran (7%), Canada (5%), UK (4%), China (4%), Germany (4%), Australia (4%), Hungary (2%), Spain (2%), Turkey (2%).

   



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