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Savor the season.

Savor the season.

A rainbow from The Rockies.

A rainbow from The Rockies.

Hail pounds Denver-metro. Floods streets. Accumulates.

Source:
KMGH-TV

Seasonals arrive. 

Delicious, Colorado “Oktoberfest” craft. Toasty malt, clean, spice lager finish. 6.6% ABV.

Seasonals arrive.

Delicious, Colorado “Oktoberfest” craft. Toasty malt, clean, spice lager finish. 6.6% ABV.

43 fireballs reported - color-coded by velocity. Red (slower).

Source:
NASA All-Sky Network

43 fireballs reported - color-coded by velocity. Red (slower).

Source:
NASA All-Sky Network

Rare clouds:

Clouds Crashing Over Nebraska

Storm chaser Alex Schueth captured timelapse of a rare cloud formation called undulatus asperatus during a storm over Lincoln, Nebraska. The term translates to “roughed or agitated waves.” It describes a bizarre rolling pattern that gives the impression of being underwater looking up at the surface at waves. Margaret LeMone, a cloud expert with the National Center for Atmospheric Research has taken photos of asperatus clouds for 30 years, and considers it a likely new cloud type.

Like roiling, airborne waves. Spectacular.

Our annual gold rush.

Our annual gold rush.

Successful SpaceX-CRS 4/Dragon launch into low earth orbit.

Next stop: International Space Station on Tuesday.

Go space. Go #ElonMusk

Source:
NASA-TV

This is how to do a sunset.

This is how to do a sunset.

#Hurricane #Edouard update. #BlueDot http://twitter.com/Astro_Alex/status/512165923068084224/photo/1

Source:
@Astro_Alex

Thank you, astronaut.

Incoming CME: 50% chance of polar geomagnetic storms.

Look up! Northern Lights alert.

Click VIDEO.

Source:
NOAA

Incoming CME: 50% chance of polar geomagnetic storms.

Look up! Northern Lights alert.

Click VIDEO.

Source:
NOAA

The earth laughs in flowers.
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Hurricane Odile takes aim at Cabo San Lucas.

U.S. water-vapor timelapse. Click “12 hours.”

"The sky over Maine exploded in a rainbow of colors."

'I took the picture from Casco, Maine, facing north towards the Presidential Range in New Hampshire,’ says photographer John Stetson. Red, purple, green, blue — all the colors were there!’”

Strong (G3) geomagnetic storm tonight, NOAA.

"The sky over Maine exploded in a rainbow of colors."

'I took the picture from Casco, Maine, facing north towards the Presidential Range in New Hampshire,’ says photographer John Stetson. Red, purple, green, blue — all the colors were there!’

Strong (G3) geomagnetic storm tonight, NOAA.

Isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?
L.M. Montgomery