Entire landscape taking a bath in orange.
Went fishing for a sunset. Caught a keeper.
Snow on The Rockies. Jet ski on the lake. My horizon.
Wall of orange over The Rockies.
Thunderstorm wannabes. No moisture, just quiet beauty.
That glow? Where Alien spacecraft landed. Fusion engine. Our sun.
HEADLINE: 45 years ago today. Note: 10 cents.
45-years-ago today, glued to Walter Cronkite, B&W TV, and the Apollo 11 moon landing. Not a dry eye on the planet.
Thank you @TheRealBuzz Neil Armstrong Michael Collins.
Where smoke from western wildfires may cause haze…and great sunsets.
15 fireballs today, NASA.
The orbits are color-coded by velocity, from slow (red) to fast (blue).
This works. Very nice twilight.
First space “selfie.” Buzz Aldrin, Gemini XII, 1966.
Marvelous, marvelous story. Watch.
Forty-five years ago today, astronauts Aldrin, Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong launched atop a Saturn V rocket on their historic, successful Apollo 11 mission to land on the moon.
Armstrong and Aldrin also walked on it.
Always quit on a good shot. We’ll call that lesson number one…
Someone’s using a big flashlight.