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24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

r 29 Apr 2014 near Fairbanks in central Alaska, astrophotographer John Chumack and his company saw a most unusual aurora. This bright aurora appeared to change into the shape of a jumping dog, complete with a curly tail.

lone walker under the Milky Way from 24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Best Astrophotos Of 2014

This Is Hubble's Most Spectacular Image Yet

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Best Astrophotos Of 2014

Space-based telescopes like Hubble and Spitzer brought us absolutely stunning images of deep space this year.

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Best Astrophotos Of 2014

Space-based telescopes like Hubble and Spitzer brought us absolutely stunning images of deep space this year.

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014: Whitney G Photography

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Best Astrophotos Of 2014

Space-based telescopes like Hubble and Spitzer brought us absolutely stunning images of deep space this year.

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Best Astrophotos Of 2014

Space-based telescopes like Hubble and Spitzer brought us absolutely stunning images of deep space this year.

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Best Astrophotos Of 2014

Space-based telescopes like Hubble and Spitzer brought us absolutely stunning images of deep space this year.

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Best Astrophotos Of 2014

24 Of The Most Awe-Inspiring Astrophotos Of 2014 (Sources: Craig Greenhill via Getty Images, Jeff Frost, Harald Albrigtsen)

Red Sprite. This phenomenon has not been studied for one reason: to the Earth can be observed only flashes at a low altitude. Now conducted their study with the ISS.According to some reports, the strong emissions of electricity can be “cast out” of the protective ozone layer.

Sprites, elves and blue jets: These are shapes and flashes of light that people see in the evening or night sky. They are typically blue or red and can be a result from electrical discharges in the atmosphere.

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