Incredible Airglow Over The Pacific Ocean
Taken by Yuri Beletsky on October 1, 2014 @ Las Campanas, Chile
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Hi All ! Have you ever been wondering how clear is the sky while you are observing under clear sky condition ? Here is what you might be actually getting if you look more carefully - the airglow emission. Its all over the sky, while it is hardly visible by un-aided eye. Last year was particularly bad in terms of airglow here in Chile. Cleat skies to all ! smile emoticon Here is a brief explanation of the physics: http://www.atoptics.co.uk/fz1089.htm

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