Noctilucent Cloud
Taken by Jyothish k Jayachandran on August 11, 2016 @ BHARATI STATION ANTARCTICA
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  Camera Used: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D3300
Exposure Time: 10/3200
Aperture: f/9.0
ISO: 200
Date Taken: 2016:08:12 16:12:44
 
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it was a group of colourfull noctilucent clouds in the golden shades left by the sun fall behind the horizon ,That clouds brought us a feeling of warmpth in a windy day
UTC :10 AM ON 11 AUGUST 2016
details : nikon d3300 ,Iso 200, exp 1/400, f/9
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Would these not be polar stratospheric clouds, ie., nacreous clouds? NLC season in the southern hemisphere normally doesnt start until November/December.
Posted by bill0talk 2016-08-11 23:01:37
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