The World At Night (TWAN) is an international effort to present stunning nightscape photos and time-lapse videos of the worlds landmarks against celestial attractions. The eternally peaceful night sky looks the same above symbols of all nations and regions, attesting to the truly unified nature of Earth as a planet rather than an amalgam of human-designated territories. [More]

 

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Long Tail Comet

by: Fred Espenak

Comet Hyakutake passed very close to Earth in March of 1996, less than two months after its discovery.  

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Stefan Seip


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From: Germany

The incomparable experience of observing a dark, starlit night sky without any visual aids is one of the most beautiful experiences of my life.

   
 

       

 

      

 

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