Lunar eclipse in strong morning twilight by the Southern Ocean
The longest total lunar eclipse of the century from the central part of Iran
A mosaic photo from Nepal with the magnificent view to 7000-8000 meters Himalayan peaks of Annapurna Massif.
Milky Way, Mars, Saturn, Antares, and a bright meteor. In the middle left the fuzzy green dot is comet LINEAR.
As far as the eye could see, it was a dark night but intense airglow was visible to the camera.
Star trails (motion of the sky in long exposure) above the World Heritage Site of Isfahan old town.
The night sky appear in a dark night of Maasai Mara in southwest Kenya, a large national reserve next to Serengeti in Tanzania.
This view of a little planet embraced by stars is actually planet Earth under the southern sky. Comet Lovejoy also appears along the Milky Way.
Stars of Scorpius and Lyra with its bright star Vega rise above ancient city of Sardis in today Turkey. The remains are 100 km east of Izmir.
In this restful evening of September the crescent Moon and the Milky Way shine above the coast of Aegean Sea near Izmir.
Spectacular view of the Milky Way above Chimborazo volcano in Ecuador.
Allow few moment for this virtual reality to load. Move around and feel how it looks being under starry sky of Brittany's coastline.
Planet Jupiter joins this stunning view of the Milky Way central part above Aphrodisias, an ancient city named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love.
Click on the little black star-pattern icon, above the image, to see how the night sky has much more than could be viewed with the naked-eye.
Conjunction of the Moon and Venus as seen from the World Heritage Site of Naqsh-e Jahan square (meaning "Picture of the World") in Isfahan, Iran.
Gems of winter sky as photographed from the dark shores of Mediterranean Sea in Patara Beach, southern Turkey.
Conjunction of the Moon and Venus as seen from the historic center of Isfahan, Iran.
There are no words to describe a magic night under the canopy of stars and extreme brilliance of the Milky Way arching across the sky.
The central bulge of Milky Way, our home galaxy, as photographed in La Palma, Canary Islands.
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