The young crescent moon (30 hours old) appears over the castle and cathedral of Veszprem in Hungary. While only a small percentage of the lunar disk appeared directly sunlit, the rest of the Earth-facing moon is in the shadow of night but it’s softly illuminated by the Earth (known as the Earthshine). Click on the second photo to see a daytime panoramic view of this beautiful castle. © Tamas Ladanyi



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