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Troodos mountains, one photo speaks a thousand words!

Amazing view of stars. The Milky Way and Shooting Star, Troodos Square, Cyprus photo via tomom

Check out Aaron's video about how he shot Magic Noire, his latest landscape photography masterpiece.

Night Skies, Mother Nature, Sunset, River, Thoughts, Space, You And Me, Hair, Silent Night

What is prettier, the starry sky above or the still lake at night? Love this photo

etherealvistas: “ Milky way bursting above snow cap (China) by Haitong Yu ”

This summer, consider sleeping under a glittering sky untainted by light pollution. These spots are guaranteed to be gorgeous by the International Dark-Sky Association.

This summer, consider sleeping under a glittering sky untainted by light pollution. These spots are guaranteed to be gorgeous by the International Dark-Sky Association. CLAYTON LAKE STATE PARK, NEW MEXICO

Earth with volcano erupting as seen from space.

"volcano, seen from space" actually a digital wallpaper, perhaps created by HolyMan. The Earth does not appear this big when seen fro the moon, nor can you see giant sparks the size of asteroids shooting from most volcanoes.

Milky Way over Alabama Hills, California

A night under the stars Courtesy of Tag someone to share this moment! by beautifuldestinations

Photo by @kelseaholderphoto #thatsdarling

Photo by @kelseaholderphoto #thatsdarling

Huntington Beach CA

Have you ever seen a more stunning sunset than this richly-hued sky in Huntington Beach, California?

Comet Catalina caught on December 6, 2015 by Brian D. Ottum in Rancho Hidalgo, New Mexico.

Comet Catalina caught on December 2015 by Brian D. Ottum in Rancho Hidalgo, New Mexico.

Red Blue Space Nebula and Galaxies

Red Blue Space Nebula and Galaxies

image discovered by ℘r℮åϻ ♔ . Discover (and save!) your own images and videos on We Heart It

#Universe #Cosmos #Nebulas

A Milky Way Band: John P. Gleason, Celestial Images APOD Most bright stars in our Milky Way Galaxy reside in a disk. Since our Sun also resides in this disk, these stars appear to us as a diffuse band that circles the sky.

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