The Milky Way band rises above Mauna Kea Observatory, Hawaii.
The Milky Way basks in the cherry red glow of Kilauea Crater, a roiling vent on the world`s largest active volcano.
The Winter Milky Way over a Petroglyph field boardwalk in the Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park.
Starry sky and the Milky Way appears above the summit of Mount St. Helens, as seen from a viewing point to the mountain.
In a dark starry night of Crater Lake in Oregon, stars of constellations Andromeda and Pegasus are reflected in the calm waters of the lake.
Planet Jupiter rises in the starry sky above the Crater Lake in Oregon, Unites States.
The Milky Way in the constellation Sagittarius appears above the summit of Mount St. Helens in the northwestern United States.
Stunning view of the Milky Way above Mount Lassen in the Northern California is captured in this panoramic image from Manzanita Lake.
The disc of our home galaxy, the Milky Way, arcs above above the Crater Lake in Oregon, Unites States.
The Summer Milky Way in the northern hemisphere rises above the Crater Lake in Oregon, Unites States.
Starry sky above Mount Hood as seen from Trillium Lake. Mount Hood is the highest mountain (3428m) in the state of Oregon, northwestern US.
The band of the Milky Way and bright star Altair in the constellation Aquila rises above Mount Hood in the state of Oregon, northwestern US.
Mars, a lunar rainbow and an unknown event similar to volcanic activity as seen above Hawaii.
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.
The Red Planet and a rare lunar fog bow above the misty Haleakala Crater in Hawaii.
Starry sky of Hawaii as seen from the Haleakala Crater rim; a massive shield volcano that forms more than 75% of the Hawaiian Island of Maui.
The Moon and Jupiter sets over the rim of the Haleakala Crater, as seen from inside of this massive shield volcano.
Stars of the constellation Scorpius rise above volcanic lava flowing into ocean on the big island of Hawaii.
The band of Milky Way rises above Mauna Kea. Located at altitude of about 4200m over the Pacific Ocean, it is one of the best observing location of the planet.
Southern stars Alpha & Beta Centauri as seen over lava flowing into
ocean on big island of Hawaii.
The Southern Cross and the bright Eta-Carina nebula shine above volcanic lava of Kīlauea volcano in Hawaii.
A starry night of Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
The Southern Cross and two bright stars Alpha and Beta Centauri shine above the erupting Kīlauea volcano in Hawaii.
Dreaming starry sky of a Hawaiian remote mountain top.
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.
Dreaming starry sky of Hawaiian remote mountain tops
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