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Our annual gold rush.

Our annual gold rush.

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.

"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.

Full “Harvest” Moon. Last Supermoon of 2014. Grow fur and howl.

Full “Harvest” Moon. Last Supermoon of 2014. Grow fur and howl.

I love a good moon. This is a beauty. First Quarter, 58% visible.

I love a good moon. This is a beauty. First Quarter, 58% visible.

Sunset. Yes, please come in.

Sunset. Yes, please come in.

Supermoon outshines my street lamp.

Supermoon outshines my street lamp.

Noe Valley, San Francisco. #Supermoon

Noe Valley, San Francisco. #Supermoon

Sunrise, Colorado. A wall of orange.

Sunrise, Colorado. A wall of orange.

Big twilight. 

Bonus: Waxing Gibbous Moon, 73% illuminated, Mammatus at sunset.

Another “Supermoon” is close.

Big twilight.

Bonus: Waxing Gibbous Moon, 73% illuminated, Mammatus at sunset.

Another “Supermoon” is close.

Celestial Lineup! Waxing Crescent Moon, 41% illuminated, lined up with star Spica, Saturn, Mars in western sky.

Celestial Lineup! Waxing Crescent Moon, 41% illuminated, lined up with star Spica, Saturn, Mars in western sky.

Last sunrise of July.

Last sunrise of July.

Went for a bike ride. Found this.

Went fishing for a sunset. Caught a keeper.

Went fishing for a sunset. Caught a keeper.