Mars shines brightly near its opposition.
Venus and Jupiter in a misty summer morning of Siberia.
The partial solar eclipse of 4 January 2011 as seen from winter landscape of a Siberian village near Novosibirsk, Russia.
The partial solar eclipse of 4 January 2011 as seen from winter landscape of Siberia, at the bank of the Berd River near Novosibirsk.
The partial solar eclipse of 4 January 2011 as seen from frozen winter landscape of Siberia, at the bank of the Berd River near Novosibirsk.
The Milky Way hang over Siberian landscape near Novosibirsk.
The bright Comet Hyakutake of 1996 is captured through branches of a tree, as the comet was near the closest to the Earth.
Zodiacal Light as photographed from observatory site of Mount Maydanak in Uzbekistan.
The Great Comet of 1999, Hyakutake as photographed from Moscow region, Russia.
Hale-Bopp, the Great Comet of 1997, appeared about a year after the memorable appearance of Comet Hyakutake.
Hyakutake, the great comet of 1996 in a clear early spring evening sky of suburb Moscow.
A bright meteor (fire ball) in a long exposure photograph from over Mount Maydanak in Uzbekistan
A night at North Caucases region in 1990s when financial difficulties in former Soviet Union did not allow for much energy use and many lights in streets.
The spectacular Comet Hyakutake of 1996.
Startrail image made from the main telescope dome at Sanglok Observatory of Tajikistan.
Morning false down or Zodiacal Light above green summer planes of Siberia.
A magnificent view of March 2006 total solar eclipse above Mount Elbrus in Caucasus mountain range
The brightest comet of late 20th century, Hale-Bopp, as seen from Suburb Moscow.
Exceptionally bright Noctilucent Clouds over Moscow.
Moonset in morning sky of Northern Caucasus
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