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superluna 30 de agosto 2015 Argentina

superluna 30 de agosto 2015 Argentina

Spacecraft View of Aurora Australis from Space (Photo: NASA)

From space, the aurora is a crown of light that circles each of Earth’s poles. The IMAGE satellite captured this view of the aurora australis (southern lights) on September four days after a.

Velvet Skies. Seen from Jindalee Beach, Western Australia as thunderstorms crossed the coast, by Jordan Cantelo.

Seen from Jindalee Beach, Western Australia as thunderstorms crossed the coast, by Jordan Cantelo.

Strange Sunrise - The photographer saw this unusual structure with his own eyes, indicating that this effect was caused by neither reflections nor distortions in the camera or lens. What looks like arms on this monster illusion might actually be, for example, low level clouds just thick enough to scatter sunlight without completely blocking the Sun. Additionally, the distortion visible on the lower part of the Sun's image might indicate a Etruscan Vase or Fata Morgana mirage

A Strange Sunrise Over Argentina Image Credit & Copyright: Luis Argerich What looks like arms on this monster illusion might actually be, for example, low level clouds just thick enough to scatter sunlight without completely blocking the Sun.

Penitentes can be spotted In the Dry Andes at an altitude of above 13,120 feet. They range in size from less than an inch to more than 16-feet-high. These snow formations resemble tall, thin blades that reach toward the sun.

Penitentes - a unique natural phenomenon, the so-called build-up of solid formation of snow or ice, in the form of inclined thin needle-like spiers or pyramids, oriented towards the sun.

on the top of WuTong Mountain of ShenZhen, China

The lightning in sunset clouds on top of WuTong Mountain of ShenZhen, China

The Puente del inca natural rock bridge in Argentina - Bright orange and yellow bacteria mats are created by natural sulphur springs which cover the rock walls. Credits: Steffen and Alexandra Sailer / Ardea / Caters News | via Yahoo News

The Puente del inca natural rock bridge in Argentina - Bright orange and yellow bacteria mats are created by natural sulphur springs which cover the rock walls. Credits: Steffen and Alexandra Sailer / Ardea / Caters News

Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina

Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia, Argentina, is home to the largest ice mantle outside of Antarctica. Glaciers feed into the nearby Lake Argentino to create a breathtaking view.

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