Dawn breaks on a clear summer morning, with a conjunction of Venus and the Moon
Summer evening view of Bryce Canyon National Park.
Conjunction of Moon and Venus in a wide angle view from the top of Uludag National Park
A Taurid fireball is captured right one the edge, and a parade of moon & planets in the center.
Wide-angle view of the 2015 March 20 total solar eclipse with the shadow cone of the Moon visible.
Venus (lowest), Jupiter (middle), and the crescent Moon forming a celestial triangle at dawn.
The night sky during the April 2014 total lunar eclipse above the coast of Florida.
This wide-angle view from Lake Iznik near Bursa, Turkey, displays bright winter stars, planet Jupiter, and the Milky Way.
The Moon and Venus are paired in a close conjunction above the top of Alamut mountain fortress, Alborz Mountains.
Venus shines at western horizon in the evening twilight of the Athena Temple in Assos, a village in the Aegean seaside amid ancient ruins.
Planets Jupiter (the brighter) and Mars meet over the eastern horizon in the morning twilight, as photographed from a mountain near the city of Bursa.
Despite the glow from towns scattered throughout the valleys in Turkey, stars that form part of the the Milky Way shine brightly in the skies above.
It looks like a double comet, but this image from Turkey has captured Comet PanSTARRS (C/2011 L4) appearing with the Andromeda Galaxy (M31).
In a telephoto image, comet PanSTARRS (C/2011 L4) appears in the evening twilight over Lake Dagyenice near Bursa, Turkey.
This March evening view from Turkey has captured more than the Moon, Jupiter and prominent winter stars.
The rising summer Milky Way in the east seems to bridge opposite rims of the Grand Canyon.
The total solar eclipse as photographed from the northern tip of Queensland, Australia.
The crescent Moon and Venus appears in constellation Taurus. But there is also a little bump at the bright side of the Moon, which is none other than Jupiter just before occultation.
Brilliant Venus and a thin crescent Moon stood together above the eastern horizon just before sunrise as seen from near Izmir, Turkey.
Carina Nebula, a famous deep sky object of southern sky, rises about one degree over the southern horizon of Canary Islands.
For the solar eclipse of 11 July 2010 Tunc Tezel was in the island of Mangaia and clouds obscured his view but a hint of the eclipse was still visible.
An all-sky view from Maranjab Desert of central Iran, made by taking and stitching several wide-angle photos.
The eclipsed sun in the longest total solar eclipse of the century as seen on 22 July 2009 from Jinshanwei in Shanghai region.
Northern stars, from Cassiopeia to Polaris are visible in this image from the ancient sanctuary of Letoon.
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