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katie • 1 year ago

Galactic Haze. Photograph courtesy Shawn Stockman-Malone - "Deep purple light seems to bathe the Milky Way, as seen in a picture snapped in northern Michigan (july 8 2012)) early Sunday morning. Often auroras can be as faint as starlight, which can make them invisible near cities with light pollution. To see fainter sky shows, space-weather experts suggest heading toward the countryside and facing the northern horizon near local midnight, when skies are darkest."

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