Solstice to Solstice. Using a basic homemade camera and special paper, José Zarcos Palma captured this unique Sun trail photo over 183 days.
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If the day and time are right, this peculiar sundial will tell you: SOLSTICE. Image credit Jean-Marc Mari
Seeing Equinoxes and Solstices from Space. Equinox 2017 was at 10:29 GMT on Monday, March 20…
Today’s Solstice coincides with an “extremely rare event ,”a strawberry full moon, for the first time since 1967.
Lulworth Cove, in England, apart of its unique geomorphology, it’s a World Heritage Site and an ideal target for winter solstice photography. Image credit Chris Kotsiopoulos (GreekSky)
Winter solstice on September 22: the shortest day of the year, with the sun at its lowest point in the sky.
Every 15 minutes during 2021, an all-sky camera took an image of the sky over the Netherlands.
It’s happening. Saturn and Jupiter are moving closer and will soon appear in almost exactly the same direction.
September 2019 equinox is taking place on 23th at 07:50 UTC. Happy autumn Northern Hemisphere, happy spring Southern Hemisphere.
‘Full Worm Moon’ will coincide with today’s equinox. Today is the first day of spring in Earth’s northern hemisphere.