The International Space Station crew photographed the waxing crescent moon just above Earth’s limb and the bluish hue of the atmosphere at the beginning of
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Also known as the Moon’s “ashen glow” or the earthshine is earthlight reflected from the Moon’s night side.
A magic moment. Colorful evening twilight, clouds, comet and crescent moon, captured by talented astrophotographer Babak Tafreshi. The scene captures naked-eye Comet PanSTARRS peeking into
Only a day after new Moon, this stunning twilight display graced the skies over southern California. The crescent Moon and Venus were only about two
Earlier this month, the midnight Sun was partially eclipsed by the new Moon. The evening after this eclipse, I decided to try to capture this
The photo above showing the shy smile of a slender Moon was captured at sunset over the lights of Costa da Caparica, Portugal. The Moon
Astronauts from the International Space Station (ISS) captured a crescent Moon floating far beyond the horizon. The captured above image is interesting because part of
On the morning of January 1, 2011, I visited Sounion, Greece hoping to celebrate the start of the New Year with a glimpse of the
Venus, that now appears as Earth’s brilliant morning star, rose predawn in this stunning time series, in a close pairing with an old crescent Moon
This view of a crescent moon rising and the cusp of Earth’s atmosphere, was tweeted by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Koichi Wakata, on Feb.