Things like that are probably small towns. I’d like to see a test on how much light and area it takes for that to be visible, like, are my headlights visible to an extent when driving through death valley? Or does it take a
I just look up Giants Ridge and I can confirm that it certainly looks like it could be… But OP is likely in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan based off a previous post.
I understand your point, I really do, but as a photographer and as someone who has visited Yosemite numerous times, this photo bothers me. I’ve seen many glorious sunsets and sunrises, in Yosemite and elsewhere, but none have looked like molten lava in the
The story this photo tells is so interesting. The lightening is so menacing how it brightens up the canyon with something so powerful – while the building in the foreground is hauntingly dark and shadowy. The range of color you were able to capture
That I don’t know. The picture was taken at sunset, so its either from the colors at sunset or it was a camera malfunction.
People want to see this kind of stuff daily, head to Oklahoma and the rest of tornado alley, shit gets crazy out there.http://arts.ok.gov/p/capitol_collection/paintings/hurley/storm.jpg http://www.stormeyes.org/tornado/digitals/080330k.jpg http://community.spiceworks.com/images/groups/0000/0649/lighting-and-tornado-storm-wallpaper.jpg I see this stuff almost daily.
A stack of the top 5 percent of 20k frames. Canon T3i, XT8 telescope. Mounted with a t-ring and a barlow. [Here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxeBv8ot2lk) is a timelapse of the transit.
What does 50×5″ mean? Is it 50 images of 5 seconds each? By how much did you have to crop the image as I thought a 50mm on the D7200 wouldn’t be very close. I am asking these questions to learn as we don’t
Hey! I’m currently working on putting a black hole into a galaxy simulation 🙂 Most large galaxies have a supermassive black hole in the centre, but they really are very very small compared to the galaxy as a whole. The Milky Way’s SMBH only
> One guy in another thread is actually arguing that the sun is planet Earth. That actually makes a lot more sense, considering the angle of the sun shown by the shadows. It would be just beginning to light up the lunar landscape, but
It will happen again on 8 October this year. Total eclipse will begin at 10:25 UT, greatest eclipse at 10:54 UT, and it ends at 11:24 UT. Details are on [NASA’s website](http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/OH/OH2014.html#LE2014Oct08T).
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap090410.html 2009 April 10 ISS and Astronaut Credit & Copyright: Ralf Vandebergh Explanation: These two frames, taken with a video camera and a telescope, reveal remarkable details of the International Space Station (ISS) orbiting some 350 kilometers above planet Earth. Recorded during last month’s
Fun fact about the Mir space station. The Russians had stolen plans on the United States’ shuttle design. They built their own and used it several times, but that’s about it. No design modifications had to be made to the Mir space station because
If viruses are alive, how about prions? At an easier to grasp level, how about fire? And, if fire is alive, how about self-sustaining fusion reactions, like stars? I’d go for something like “self replication with ability to increase the complexity of the pattern
Nope, that’s not how it works. The raw images which come out of these observatories actually look very similar to the final product. The most significant differences between the raw and processed data are standard set of calibration corrections (to make sure the field
Tides – no, probably not. They’re caused by the moon’s gravity. A bunch of ice particles spread evenly around the equator would have a pretty weak gravitational pull, and they wouldn’t be pulling on one side of the Earth like the moon is. Light
I saw this last night as well in Trondheim, Norway. Never seen one that big before, very cool. They are actually called halos: http://earthsky.org/space/what-makes-a-halo-around-the-moon.
Oh I’ve been there before, loved it waaay too much so I’m going back to see other places. Thanks for the advise though. Tsavo was lovely. Masai Mara was absolutely beautiful
I live in Western Australia and the sky here consistently amazes me. This was taken from Greenhead, about 3 hours away from home. After spending a few hours tinkering with the cameras, we set them all up for timelapses and had nothing left to
Reminds me of a [Felfire Hawk](https://i.ytimg.com/vi/JZFMsDJx9Fk/maxresdefault.jpg) from WoW.
This is more generally known as the Jovian chromophore problem. We think we have a pretty good understanding of why there are alternating white and brown bands, but the red stuff that make up Great Red Spot still remains a mystery. Basically, everything you
How is this skyporn? This is just a long exposure picture at night with no particularly interesting subject, IMO. You can hardly see the sky due to the brightness of the moon spilling into the rest of the image.
Hopefully I will have a few more I can post up once I finish going through my photos.
I love the colors! This picture definitely does not capture the grandeur of the actual sunset. I work outdoors and often stop to watch the sunsets. Love those California sunsets!