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“Unlimited Sky” by Majid Ghohroodi of Iran

<b>“Unlimited Sky” by Majid Ghohroodi of Iran</b><b><br>This is a February 2014 image from Maranjab Salt Lake near the city of Kashan. Noted by the photographer: “The winter starry sky (with constellation Orion in the middle) is merged into light domes of three major cities in this panorama. The reflected starlight from the water is polarized. That’s why the reflected image is more clear than sky.”</b><p><b>Contest judge James Richardson notes that “the image shows graphically the incredible reach of our night</b> …

An Outdoor Shower That Hooks Up to An Ordinary Hose

If you have a pool, you need a shower to rinse off the chlorinated water before, but going in the house dripping wet isn't much of an option. That's …

Picture of the Day: The Glass Bottom Bedroom in Bali

Photograph by Bambu Indah Hotel<p>This incredible glass bottom suite is called <i>Udang House</i> (or Shrimp House) and it is the signature suite at the Bambu …

APOD: A Strawberry Moon (2014 Jun 13) Image Credit & Copyright: Göran Strand Explanation: June's Full Moon (full phase on June 13, 0411 UT) is traditionally known as the Strawberry Moon or Rose Moon. Of course those names might also describe the appearance of this Full Moon, rising last month over the small Swedish village of Marieby. The Moon looks large in the image because the scene was captured with a long focal length lens from a place about 8 kilometers from the foreground houses. But just by eye a Full Moon rising, even on Friday the 13th, will appear to loom impossibly large near the horizon. That effect has long been recognized as the Moon Illusion. Unlike the magnification provided by a telephoto lens, the cause of the Moon illusion is still poorly understood and not explained by atmospheric optical effects, such as scattering and refraction, that produce the Moon's blushing color and ragged edge also seen in the photograph. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page #APOD

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Dry Creek Falls