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kqedscience:

Noctilucent Clouds … Frooooom Spaaaaaace!

"I recently wrote an article talking about noctilucent clouds—relatively rare high-altitude clouds usually seen just after sunset and before sunrise. They have a milky, silvery appearance, and are usually pretty hard to capture on photos.

It can be even harder from space, where lighting conditions are harsher and getting the right exposure balance is difficult. But astronaut Reid Wiseman got it just right recently, snagging a photo of the odd clouds from the International Space Station.”

Find out more from astronomer Phil Plait.

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A Haunting Drone’s Eye View of an Abandoned Nuclear Plant

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Sudden Storm (by Sam P.)

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quarkmaster:

Data Stream

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Lightstorm by: Mike Olbinski

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Sine 02b.

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