Unusual Airglow Over Andes
Taken by Yuri Beletsky on April 18, 2015 @ Santiago, Chile
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What is THAT ?! No, this is not light pollution or clouds on the night sky. Here is one of the most unusual images of atmospheric red airglow I ever obtained here in high Chilean Andes. During that very night I noticed extremely smooth red gradient on the sky, but suddenly it started to transform into some funny shapes ! Have a look and try to make sense of what you see.

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Great capture, Yuri, and welcome to TWAN!!

Doug Z
Posted by owleye1 2015-10-29 09:36:31
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