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    Milky Way Over the Bungle Bungles: "...the ancient domes of the Bungle Bungle Range in Western Australia...appear as huge layered beehives and are made of sandstones and conglomerates deposited over 350 million years ago. ...the Milky Way's central band shown arching from horizon to horizon. The photogenic Milky Way band formed over 10 billion years ago and now includes many well-known nebulae and bright stars." (APOD 2012 September 11)

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    Milky Way Over the Bungle Bungles (Sept 11 2012) Image Credit & Copyright: Mike Salway Explanation: Which part of this picture do you find more interesting -- the land or the sky? Advocates for the land might cite the beauty of the ancient domes of the Bungle Bungle Range in Western Australia. These picturesque domes appear as huge layered beehives and are made of sandstones and conglomerates deposited over 350 million years ago. #astronomy #space #MilkyWay

  • Biribi Wo Soro

    Photo by Mike Salway. Ancient domes of the Bungle Bungle Range in Western Australia made of sandstones and conglomerates deposited over 350 million years ago with the Milky Way's central band shown arching from horizon to horizon. The photogenic Milky Way band formed over 10 billion years ago and now includes many well-known nebulae and bright stars. Beautiful 8-frame panorama taken from the dark skies of Purnululu National Park.

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    Milky Way over rock formations #travel #photography #space #galaxy

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