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Moon, Planets, and the Twins

In the evening twilight the crescent moon meets with planets Venus and Mercury, and the two bright stars of Gemini, the Twins (Castor and Pollux).
by:
Doug Zubenel




The Red Planet Comes Out of Occultation

Few moments after Mars occultation by the Moon, the red planet has reappeared in the sky, only minutes before it sets in the horizon.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Moon Occults Mars

Moments after Mars occultation by the Moon, the red planet has reappeared in the sky, only minutes before it sets in the horizon.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Comet Over Cottonwood

Comet Hartley 2 is photographed in starry sky of Kansas on the night of it's closest approach to the Earth.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Dan and Kasatochi

One of the most colorful evenings of volcanic twilight occurred over eastern Kansas 23 days after the eruptions of Kasatochi in Alaska in 2008 August 7.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Umbral Morning

Total lunar eclipse as seen above Kansas, United States.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Windmill, Moon and Venus

On a late winter's evening, the crescent moon and Venus emerge from the deepening twilight and glide toward the western horizon.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Sky On Fire

After a major volcanic eruption in Alaska, sunsets turned to campfire-red across the US and then in other continents.
by:
Doug Zubenel




The Shadow of the Earth

Mauna Kea, one of the best known observing sites on the planet located at the top of Hawaii. The mountain host some of world's largest observatories.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Twilight Arch

In the deepening twilight, Mercury and Comet Hale-Bopp appear under the Keyhole Arch at Monument Rocks National Natural Landmark.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Moon Adventure

Young crescent Moon over the western horizon of Kansas.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Cave and Jupiter

From within a cave at Castle Rock in Gove County, Kansas, Jupiter and a few stars can be seen.
by:
Doug Zubenel




Twilight Keyhole Comet

The great comet of 1997, Hale-Bopp, in the evening sky of Kansas
by:
Doug Zubenel




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