The moon is setting next to Tenerife's famous volcano Pico del Teide.
The constellation of galaxy of Andromeda against the landscape of an old mine in Dark Sky Alqueva.
A mosaic photo from Nepal with the magnificent view to 7000-8000 meters Himalayan peaks of Annapurna Massif.
From altitude of 4500m on the Chilean Altiplano the Milky Way appears with Magellanic Clouds and green airglow.
An atmospheric phenomenon called mesospheric bore captured from China.
Starry sky above Laigu Glacier on the roof of the world.
Starry night of Gokyo, a Sherpa village in Sagarmatha National Park of Nepal.
Big Dipper as observed at the Delingha Observatory, in Qinghai province of China.
The Milky Way arc above the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in extreme southern Arizona.
Scenic night driving in Chliean Andes.
Those are not clouds. This isn't aurora either.
Where do astronomers stay at the observatory?
No, this is not light pollution nor clouds in the night sky.
The falls is located in Big Sur of California, an incredible place by itself.
Did you ever wonder what is the real color of the night sky? Anything but black! Airglow defines that.
Paddling at night in a star-filled lake near Mount Hood, Oregon.
Captured during a night-time climb to Mount Pico in Azores, the view shows strong airglow in partly clear sky.
A 360° panorama of the landscape and skyscape at Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan, Canada.
The night sky is definitely not black and we have a proof here!
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