The longest total lunar eclipse of the century from the central part of Iran
The Milky Way in a summer night of a village, captured with a fisheye lens.
The Moon and the Milky Way appear in a fisheye view, overlooking Haraz valley in the Alborz Mountains of Iran.
In this morning view the Moon and Venus are visible next to the rising Milky Way that extends above mountain fortress of Alamut.
The Milky Way appears over Alamut Valley in the Alborz Mountains of Iran.
Above the lights of a nearby town the Milky Way faintly appears in the constellations Scorpius and Sagittarius.
Starry sky and dreaming view of the Milky Way is still preserved in the countrysides far from the large cities.
On 15 June 2011 the totally eclipsed Moon was very dark, with the Moon itself positioned on the sky toward the center of our Milky Way Galaxy.
Winter stars and the Milky Way are photographed in desert starry sky near Damghan, a historic city of Iran.
Amateur astronomers in Iran during the annual Messier Marathon observing competition.
The Milky Way in the constellations Scorpius and Sagittarius is captured above a caravansary in Izadkhast, an ancient city in southern Iran.
As the morning twilight approaches the elongated zodiacal light appears above Anarak desert in central Iran.
Home to billions of stars, our galactic island, the Milky Way, shines above a woman, meditating in the silent of night.
Band of the summer Milky Way (in northern hemisphere) stretch above light dome of Kashan in central Iran, as seen from a remote desert some 50 km away.
Using a pair of binoculars an amateur astronomer gazes at deep sky gems toward the Milky Way central bulge.
Time-lapse video: Turn on your speakers and get ready for this short clip of sky motion videos accompanied with ambient nature sounds.
Home to billions of stars, our galactic island, the Milky Way, shines above a young couple of sky watchers.
The band of Milky Way rises above Haraz valley in Alborz Mountains of Iran.
A sky-watcher is captured against the band of Milky Way.
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