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Turquoise on Blue Lake - During a solo backpack trip, on a partly cloudy day, I was able to find a view point that allowed me to capture the sun's spotlight on Blue Lake. It was fantastic to see how the sunlight brought out the turquoise color. These beautiful alpine tarns are easy to find in the high country of Colorado. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
Snowcapped Mountain Fish Creek, Anza Borrego Desert State Park, CA I've always been into fractals, and the idea of repetitive detail at different scales. So, I felt right at home when I came across this outcropping of sandstone, about six feet across in this shot, which resembled an entire mountain with snow. Digital Desert Gallery - by Jeff Alu - PhotoTripUSA.
Heaven on Earth Credit & Copyright: Naoyuki Kurita - Explanation: If sometimes it appears that the entire Milky Way Galaxy is raining down on your head, do not despair. It happens twice a day. As the Sun rises in the East, wonders of the night sky become less bright than the sunlight scattered by our own Earth's atmosphere, and so fade from view. They will only rotate back into view when the Earth again eclipses our bright Sun at dusk. This battle between heaven and Earth was captured dramatically above during the last few minutes of daylight on 1999 August 10 in Koumi, Japan. Dark dust, millions of stars, and bright glowing red gas highlight the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy, which lies on average thousands of light years behind Earth's yellow and green reflecting clouds. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Dark Fantasy Obsidian Butte, Southern Salton Sea, CA This was taken on a very stormy day, and the original raw pic turned out hideous: dark and underexposed. I decided to try to resurrect it via dodging and burning in Photoshop. I totally burned out the hills Silhouette style, the bottoms of the clouds, most of the water, then added the bright reflection in the water in front of the hill. I liked the idea of taking a real place and transforming it into something else. It also reminds me of a black and white version of "Pirates of the Caribbean", so I thought "Dark Fantasy" was an appropriate name. Digital Desert Gallery - by Jeff Alu - PhotoTripUSA.
The Nebula And The Neutron Star Credit: M. van Kerkwijk (Institute of Astronomy, Utrecht), S. Kulkarni (Caltech), VLT Kueyen, ESO - Explanation: The lonely RX J1856.5-3754 was formed from the collapsed core of an exploding star. At a distance of 180 light-years it is the closest known neutron star. More massive than the Sun but only 20 kilometers across, this tiny stellar juggernaut plows through the hydrogen gas and dust clouds of interstellar space at about 200 kilometers per second. The surface of the neutron star is fantastically hot, around 700,000 degrees Celsius, making it detectable with orbiting x-ray telescopes. But optical astronomers were recently surprised to discover that RX J1856.5-3754 is also surrounded by a cone-shaped nebula. Indicated in this deep image from the European Southern Observatory's Kueyen telescope, the nebula glows in the red light of ionized hydrogen atoms recombining with electrons. Its cone shape is analogous to the bow wave of a ship plowing through water. A faint blue dot near the tip of the cone is the neutron star itself. The nebula appears to have formed very near the surface of the neutron star and astronomers are trying to determine if the observed densities and temperatures can indeed explain the nebula's appearance. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Andromeda Island Universe Credit & Copyright: Robert Gendler - Explanation: How far can you see? The most distant object easily visible to the unaided eye is M31, the great Andromeda Galaxy some two million light-years away. Without a telescope, even this immense spiral galaxy appears as an unremarkable, faint, nebulous cloud in the constellation Andromeda. But a bright yellow nucleus, dark winding dustlanes, gorgeous blue spiral arms and star clusters are recorded in this stunning telescopic digital mosaic of the nearby island universe. While even casual skygazers are now inspired by the knowledge that there are many distant galaxies like M31, astronomers seriously debated this fundamental concept only 80 years ago. Were these "spiral nebulae" simply outlying components of our own Milky Way Galaxy or were they instead "island universes" -- distant systems of stars comparable to the Milky Way itself? This question was central to the famous Shapley-Curtis debate of 1920, which was later resolved by observations of M31 in favor of Andromeda, island universe. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Mud Pot Near Niland, Salton Sea, CA - The Salton Sea area is volcanic. There are a few obsidian hills, Cinder cones in the mountains not too far away, and tons of these Mud Pots. The mud is not hot, but boils up with a sulfury smell. In this shot, the small white object on the horizon is Mullet Island, a volcanic uprising in the salton sea. Digital Desert Gallery - by Jeff Alu - PhotoTripUSA.

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