Night over the Atacama Desert near ESO
A view from the Chilean Atacama Desert, showing the Milky Way shining brightly overhead. In the background, the quiet beauty of the Atacama sky is enhanced by a orange/yellow aurora-like shimmer, called airglow, which is caused by light-emitting chemical reactions in the atmosphere. Normally, those emissions are not so strong, but the night this image was taken they were unusually bright, producing this unusual picture.
This scene was captured close to the European Southern Observatory’s VLT (Very Large Telescopr ) and VISTA (Visible and Infrared Survey Telescope for Astronomy).
Credit: ESO/B. Tafreshi
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The full set of one of my fav rotor photos! This is amazing!!
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