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Tufa Towers at Night   -  By: Babak A. Tafreshi

The Milky Way and a streaking meteor appears in the starry sky of Mono Lake in California, famous for its stunning exposed tufa towers; limestone formed by the precipitation of carbonate minerals in water. A city in the far north caused the white-yellow glow at the horizon. The green glow above it is a strong appearance of airgolow, usually very faint natural glow of the Earth upper atmosphere.

 


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