Volcano and lunar eclipse at Hawaii
Southern Cross and Carina Nebula in the southern horizon of Dashanbao in southwest China, which is located at latitude 27° degrees north.
Stars of the Southern Cross (Crux) appear above the entrance sign to the town of Southern Cross in Australia.
The Milky Way galaxy lights up the night above two ALMA radio telescopes 5,000 meters above sea level.
Our Milky Way galaxy gleams in all its splendor, as seen from La Silla observatory in Chile.
Spectacular view of the Milky Way above the Cerro Paranal Observatory, Atacama Desert, Chile.
The Carina Nebula is photographed above the Cerro Paranal Observatory in the Atacama Desert, Chile.
The southern sky is photographed in the morning twilight above a road approaching Cerro Paranal Observatory in Chile.
The Southern Cross and bright stars Alpha and Beta Centauri are photographed at the horizon over the coast of the Pacific Ocean.
At the break of dawn the southern Milky Way, the Southern Cross, and Carina Nebula are photographed over Kilimanjaro.
The southern Milky Way and the Large Magellanic Cloud are photographed over Mount Kilimanjaro at the break of dawn in Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
Crux, or the Southern Cross, appears from Mauna Kea mountain on Hawaii's Big Island. Bright stars Alpha and Beta Centauri appear to the left.
At the beginning of dawn the southern Milky Way is photographed over the Cerro Paranal Observatory in the barren Atacama Desert.
The constellations of the Southern Hemisphere sky shine over moonlit snowcapped mountains near Queenstown, New Zealand.
Looking south over the Pacific Ocean, stars of the Southern Cross rises a couple of degrees above the horizon as seen from Yaeyama Islands in Japan.
From New Zealand, the Land of the Long White Cloud, the heavens shine more beautifully than nearly anywhere else on Earth.
The morning twilight arrives over the World Heritage Site Uluru or the Ayers Rock in Australia.
In an ideally clear winter morning stars of the southern Cross appear just few degrees over the southern horizon of Qeshm Island in the Persian Gulf.
The Southern Lights or Aurora Australis is photographed above the southern coast of Australia near Melbourne.
The stunning tail of Comet Lovejoy is photographed in the early morning sky above Cape Schanck, about 90 km from Melbourne, southeastern Australia.
The stunning tail of Comet Lovejoy (C/2011 W3) is photographed in the morning sky above Andes, near Santiago de Chile.
This time-lapse video has captured stars of the Southern Cross moving over the southern horizon of Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Have you ever seen the Southern Cross from 28 degrees north? This is a northern record to see the complete view of this famous southern constellation.
Stars of the constellation Centaurus and most of the Southern Cross are captured over Canary Islands in a dark night of La Palma.
The Milky Way rises over Canary Islands in a dark night of La Palma. Note stars of Southern Cross and Alpha & Beta Centauri at the horizon.
The Large and Small Magellanic Clouds appear at left and the Southern Cross and bright stars Alpha and Beta Centauri stand on the right.
Morning light and the Milky Way rise over the rim of the Haleakala Crater; a massive shield volcano that forms more than 75% of the Hawaiian Island of Maui.
In a winter night stars of the Southern Cross appear above the southern horizon of Orchid Island or Lan Yu in Taiwan.
Stars of the Southern Cross over the coast of Bruny Island, Tasmania, home of the rare blue penguin.
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