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    Jupiter Meets Moon Halo. Moon-Jupiter conjunction on January 14, 2014 plus a beautiful lunar halo, as seen from Ankara, Turkey. (Credit and copyright: M. Rasid Tugral)

    Astrophoto: Full Solar Halo and a Dragonfly

    Full Moon Halo Over a First Quarter Moon

    When autumn meets winter

    Halo moon and aurora, northern Norway

    The Moon, Venus, Jupiter

    Gorgeous Astrophoto: Twin Crescents of the Moon and Venus at Sunset

    Dark Matter Halos May Contain Stars

    What a stunning shot! It took much of the night, but astrophotographer Peter Greig has now given this angel a halo, in the form of star trails. The Angel of the North is a gigantic sculpture located in Gateshead, England. It is a 200 ton steel sculpture of an angel/being with airplane wings that measures 20 meters (66 feet) in height, with wings measuring 54 meters (177 ft) across — making it as tall as 4 double-decker London buses with a wingspan as big as a jumbo jet.

    Our moon.

    Astrophoto: Airplane Meets Sundog

    Europa, the second moon of Jupiter

    Jupiter and the Gallilean moons

    Astrophoto: Space Station Flies Through the Moon!

    Jupiter and its moon Io. The red dot is a volcano on the moon's surface and the blue cloud is the volcano's emissions

    A moondog or paraselene (plural paraselenae, i.e. "beside the moon") is a relatively rare bright circular spot on a lunar halo caused by the refraction of moonlight by hexagonal-plate-shaped ice crystals in cirrus or cirrostratus noctilucent clouds.

    The moon from space ....