Home     |     Latest     |     Night Sky      |    Nature      |     People     |     Monuments      |      Motion      |      Misc.     |     Search

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Reichsburg at Night   -  By: Babak A. Tafreshi

A colorful lunar corona photographed over Cochem Castle (Reichsburg, from the 12th century) in Germany. The corona is formed as bright moonlight is diffracted by water droplets in thin clouds drifting in front of the lunar disk. This atmospheric phenomena have an intensely bright central aureole which is white-blue and fringed with yellows and reds. The corona can be 15 degrees or so in diameter and often it shrinks and swells as different clouds move in front of the moon.

 


    Item Code: 102696

 
 
 

Photo Policy    |   How to order   |   Contact us