Picture of the day: Divine Cosmos

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The photos show zodiacal light to the left, and the the Milky Way to the right photographed on Medves plateau near Salgótarján, northern-Hungary on February 17, 2015. Above the western horizon after sunset the visible light cone shape - the zodiacal light - caused by interplanetary sunlight reflected by cosmic dust. The phenomenon may be most frequently observed at the Earth's northern hemisphere in February and March . MTI Photo: Peter Komka


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