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My view this afternoon:

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Redwoods

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On 6/20/2019 at 10:55 AM, JSngry said:

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They printed it upside-down!

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Only random parts!

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Joshua trees, Mojave Preserve, CA 24 June 2019

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Old Post Office, Kelso CA

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Roy's Cafe, Rt 66, Amboy CA

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The current season for noctilucent (NLCs) clouds is extraordinary, with repeated sightings as far south as New Mexico and southern California. This shot, perhaps, summarizes the season better than any other:
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NLCs are Earth's highest clouds. They form every year around this time when wisps of summertime water vapor rise to the top of Earth's atmosphere. Molecules of H2O adhere to specks of meteor smoke, forming ice crystals ~50 miles high. When sunbeams hit those crystals, they glow electric-blue.

Noctilucent clouds normally gather around the Arctic Circle, never straying too far south. This year they have stunned observers at record-low latitudes, a possible side-effect of the Solar Minimum.

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Come on guys. 

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

Come on guys. 

This.

Just deleted that little bit of nonsense.

Don't do it again, either one of you.

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1 hour ago, erwbol said:

 

Heel erg bedankt voor het delen van dit stukje Nederlandse cultuur. Hou ook van jou, lieverd


 

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50 Years ago today, July 16, 1969 Apollo 11 launch

 

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Gene Quill 1963

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