Volcano and lunar eclipse at Hawaii
The eclipsed moon with the Beehive star cluster.
Panoramic view of the total lunar eclipse, Milky Way, Venus and Jupiter
The 4,478 meter Alpine mountain stands next to the totally eclipsed Moon.
Aurora borealis dances outside of this passenger window from Moscow to Murmansk.
A panorama of a star- and planet-filled sky in the pre-dawn hours over Lake Annette in Jasper National Park, Alberta.
Orion and Gemini rise above lights of Bursa in this summer morning view. But there is more that.
Moon, Venus and Jupiter over the Lake Uluabat, Turkey.
Night sky above Piton de la Fournaise on Reunion Island, one of the most active volcanoes in the world.
A starry night of Färnebofjärdens national park, 140 km north of Stockholm, Sweden.
The night sky over the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) on Mt. Graham in Arizona.
Venus (lowest), Jupiter (middle), and the crescent Moon forming a celestial triangle at dawn.
Moonlight on the Atlantic Ocean, as seen from La Palma, Canary Islands. Bright star Sirius and Mt. Teide in Tenerife are on the right.
Castor and Pollux and M44 shine above Mitten Buttes in the Monument Valley
Night arrives over La Palma, Canary Islands. The zodiacal light is strongly visible over the west. At altitude of 2400 meters Roque de los Muchachos observatory is above the low ocean clouds.
As the night arrives over La Palma, Canary Islands, an ocean of stars appears above the cloud-covered island.
Time-lapse video: In a starry night of Himalayas planet Mars and the Beehive Star Cluster rise above a stupa along the trail to the Everest Base Camp.
This mysterious fan shaped cloud appeared in a clear evening of Alborz Mountains in Iran. It was sunlight reflected from a rocket fuel dump.
In a starry night of Himalayas the Beehive Star Cluster (M44) rises above Ama Dablam; one of the most scenic mountains of Himalaya.
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