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Top Viewed Photos and Videos: January-March 2011

See the most visited photos and time-lapse videos on TWAN website during winter 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



2011 May 13: In the first quarter of 2011 TWAN website received 520,000 visits from 165 countries and territories. There are currently over 2200 photos and time-lapse videos on TWAN galleries and over 700 photos in the Guest Gallery. TWAN imagery is increasing by the support of The World at Night dedicated photographers. Listed below are the top ten viewed photos and videos from January to March 2011 by the global visitors to TWAN website:

1- Starry Sky of an Alien Lake by Wally Pacholka was viewed 4950 times.

2- Siberia Eclipse Sunset by Aleksandr Yuferev was viewed 3400 times.

3- Sky from Slopes of Kilimanjaro a time-lapse video by Kwon O Chul (2880 visits).

4- Sky Away from the Lights by Tunc Tezel (2360 visits).

5- Big Dipper Falling Star by Wally Pacholka (2275 visits).

6- Heavenly View above the Pacific Ocean by Tunc Tezel (1710 visits).

7- Back to the History by Stepahne Guisard (1420 visits).

8- Stars and Meteors above Qumis by Babak Tafreshi (1370 visits).

9- Uluru Moonset, by Kwon O Chul (1315 visits).

10- Skylights Over Libya by Tunc Tezel (1235 visits).

The top 2 most viewed photos on TWAN Guest Gallery during the first quarter of 2011 were the followings:

1- Himalayan Chandra Telescope by Ajay Talwar, Vikrant Narang, Raghu Kalra (990 visits).

2- Moments of Eternity by Christian Klepp (420 visits).

Top Visiting Countries
The top ten visiting countries to TWAN website during the first quarter of 2011 include USA with 36% of the visitors, Iran (6%), Canada (5%), Germany (4%), UK (4%), Hungary (3%), France (3%), China (2%), Russia (2%), Spain (2%).

   



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