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A Single Photo of the Eclipse

The Great American Eclipse on 2017 August 21 above Wyoming.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Jupiter Kisses Venus

A very close conjunction of Venus and Jupiter paired the brightest planets in the Earth sky.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Grand Planetary Alignment

The grand planetary alignment over Santiago de Chile, with Venus, Mercury, & Jupiter along with the Moon.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Las Campanas Moon and Mercury

This desert view toward sunset from the summit of Cerro Las Campanas in the remote Chilean Andes was amazing.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




The Story of Proxima Centauri

The closest star beyond our Solar System has a potentially habitable planet.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




The Golden Moon from Atacama

The warm glow and the clouds created amazing and a bit mystic atmosphere.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Hidden Mystery of Magellanic Clouds

The Large & Small Magellanic Clouds, our neighboring dwarf galaxies at 160,000 & 200,000 light years away.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Night Drive in Chilean Andes

Scenic night driving in Chliean Andes.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Rising Moon over the Andes

The rising full moon over the Andes.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




A Road to the Stars

On the summer nights (in the southern hemisphere) the Milky Way perfectly aligns along the meridian.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Peering into the Cosmos

This is a pre-dawn view from Carnegie Las Campanas observatory located in the south of Atacama desert in Chile.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Airglow Waves

Those are not clouds. This isn't aurora either.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Giant Sequoia

A giant sequoia tree under the stars.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Astronomers Home

Where do astronomers stay at the observatory?
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Extreme Airglow

No, this is not light pollution nor clouds in the night sky.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Deep Twilight at Sequoia

In twilight's embrace at Sequoia National Park in California.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




McWay Falls under the Milky Way

The falls is located in Big Sur of California, an incredible place by itself.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Pathway to the stars

This is the view from just outside of astronomer's hotel at Paranal observatory in Atacama desert, Chile.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Easter Island skies

Truly dark and unspoiled view to witness when you stay at Anakena beach on Easter Island.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Twilight Mystery Times

Moon and Venus just after the sunset. Below you can see the cloud cover above the Pacific ocean.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




The Desert Flower

The rising Milky Way perfectly aligned with a local palm tree forming the perfect Desert Flower.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Sky Color Defines by Airglow

Did you ever wonder what is the real color of the night sky? Anything but black! Airglow defines that.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Halo from Atacama

The 22-degreen hale around the moon above the Las Campanas Observatory.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Blue Moon, A View from Atacama

The rising moon after sunset. This was a Blue Moon, the second full Moon in a month.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Pillars of Stars and Colors

The night sky is definitely not black and we have a proof here!
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Listening to the Cosmos

View of the Milky Way and Zodiacal Light (with Venus shining inside) from ALMA site at the elevation of 5000 m.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Milky Way Arc and Red Airglow

The red clouds are actually not light pollution, but extreme and very bright atmospheric airlgow.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Milky Way and Zodiacal Light from Atacama Desert

The Milky Way and Zodiacal Light from Atacama Desert in Chile.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Moon Halo in a Cloudy Night

The 22-degree halo (an atmospheric phenomenon) around the Moon in a rare cloudy night of Las Campanas.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Milky Way Fountain and OGLE Telescope

An interesting alignment of OGLE telescope and the Milky Way in Chile.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower (photo composite)

The 2015 Eta Aquarids meteor shower from Atacama Desert in Chile.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Airglow Sky

The night sky here is shining in orangish color due to oxygen airglow emission in the upper atmosphere.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Milky Way from an Andes Road

You can witness such a spectacular view if you happen to drive in Chilean Andes in April.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Planets of the Morning

planet Earth's horizon stretches across this Solar System group portrait.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Eclipsed in Southern Skies

The Milky Way and the totally eclipse moon hang over domes of the twin 6.5 meter Magellan telescopes.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Milky Way with Airglow Australis

After sunset an exceptionally intense, reddish airglow flooded this Chilean winter nightscape.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Comet PanSTARRS and a Crescent Moon

In July 2015 Comet C/2014 Q1 (PanSTARRS) brightened quickly and unexpectedly.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




At the Limit of Diffraction

Visual observation of famous double star system Alpha Centauri.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Eclipse at Moonset

Seen through the subtle colors of the predawn sky a lunar eclipse is in progress above a sea of clouds.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Zodiacal Light before Dawn

Stretching high into the starry sky the conical glow is sunlight scattered by dust in the solar system plane.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




ALMA Milky Way

This all-skyscape was taken 5,100m above sea level, from the Chajnantor Plateau in the Chilean Andes.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Lyrids in Southern Skies (photo composite)

The annual Lyrid meteor shower peaks on April 22nd.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




The Gegenschein Over Chile

A faint glow known as the gegenschein can be seen 180 degrees around from the Sun in an extremely dark sky.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Geminid Meteors over Chile (photo composite)

From a radiant in Gemini, the annual Geminid meteor shower rains down on Earth each year in mid-December.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Naked Eye Nova Centauri 2013

Alpha and Beta Centauri are easy to spot from the southern hemisphere but there is an extra star in this view.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Delphinid Meteor Mystery (photo composite)

Over five hours of several exposures captured this photo-composite of meteor streaks and the Milky Way.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Atacama`s Cloudy Night

storm clouds do sometimes come to Atacama desert, known as the driest place on Earth.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Airglow, Gegenschein, and Milky Way

As far as the eye could see, it was a dark night but intense airglow was visible to the camera.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Comets Lemmon and PanSTARRS Peaking

Two notable comets, both at their peak brightness in March 2013, are photographed in a single view.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




A Morning Line of Stars and Planets

Bright stars and planets appeared to line up in this early morning view.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




3 ATs

The Large and Small Magellanic Clouds above Cerro Paranal observatory.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




The Snows of Paranal

Meteor and a satellite streak over a rare view of snow-covered Atacama Desert.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Wonder and Mystery above the Very Large Telescopes

Panoramic view of the night sky over Cerro Paranal during a total lunar eclipse.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




Chilean Skyscape

Venus and Jupiter are paired above the setting band of the Milky Way.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




The Gegenschein Over Chile

A faint glow known as the gegenschein can be seen 180 degrees around from the Sun in an extremely dark sky.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




A Laser Strike at the Galactic Center

Astronomers at the Very Large Telescope (VLT) measures distortions of Earth's changing atmosphere.
by:
Yuri Beletsky




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