Pollen Corona And Moon-Jupiter Conjunction.
Taken by Marek Nikodem on May 19, 2019 @ near Szubin, Poland
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We had warm weather, and evening with storm and strong winds today. These conditions are perfect for tiny pollen grains to be lifted and carried in the air, producing oval shaped coronas. After the storm, I photographed the beautiful conjunction of Jupiter with the Moon. To my surprise, half an hour later, I noticed a very intense pollen corona around the Moon. Pine is strongly flowering now in the Poland. So while people suffering from hay fever and car owners are having a bad time, some sky watchers, for example me, are actually enjoying themselves.
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