A quiet day
“What is this gypsy passion for separation, this - readiness to rush off when we've just met? - My head rests in my hands as I - realize, looking into the night - that no one turning over our letters has - yet understood how completely and - how deeply faithless we are, which is - to say: how true we are to ourselves.” ― Marina Tsvetaeva, “What is this gypsy passion for separation"
Venus and Jupiter are this month's two brightest planets. Shortly after sunset on February 20, they dominate the sky above the western horizon and this snowy landscape. In clear and transparent skies over Cherry Springs State Park, Pennsylvania, USA, they are also seen immersed in Zodiacal light. The extended, diffuse, triangular glow is sunlight scattered by dust along the plane of the ecliptic. Brighter near the horizon, the Zodiacal glow angles upward, first to Venus and then to Jupiter hu...
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