#Stars and #pillarsofdust in #NGC7822 from WISE | NGC 7822 appears full of Star young hot and of pillars of gas and of dust. This star-forming region is about 3,000 years light-years away, on the edge of a giant molecular cloud which is in the Northern constellation Cepheus. Within the Nebula, the edges bright and them complex sculptures of powder dominate this landscape celestial captured in light infrared by the satellite Wide Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) of the NASA.
Moonlight Aurora II || Mike TaylorThe Moon was very bright and washed out a lot of the sky and the aurora but made for some nice lighting on the snow during the quick Northern Lights display in mid-February.
Magnetic termite mounds, Litchfield National Park. They call them magnetic termites because the termites build their mounds with the thin edges facing east and west. These towers act as cooling towers for the colony underground.