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Paris Climate Accord ‘enters into force’ riding the Marrakesh Express

Climate Change at the Edge of Space - http://news.spaceweather.com/climate-change-at-the-edge-of-space/

NOCTILUCENT OUTBURST: On June observers in more than half a dozen European countries witnessed a brilliant apparition of noctilucent clouds. Ruslan Merzlyakov sends this picture from Nykøbing Mors, Denmark:

66 shelters you can make from a tarp

Tarps can be made into many types of shelters. While the standard blue tarp is a good tool there are quite a few more compact camping tarps out there that are made out of tent type materials.

Bering Sea Sunrise

The waves are silenced to a whisper as they congeal into a frozen substance. By the winter solstice, the sun will remain low on the horizon, rising and setting in less than 4 hours.

SpaceWeather.com -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids

SpaceWeather.com -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids

~THE NORTHERN LIGHTS~ Northern Lights/Aurora Borealis - "Aurora Angel" ~ A magical aurora display over a small Sami village in the Arctic region of northern Sweden ~ Photo by Babak A.

We all know that some of the most beautiful light happens during sunset. But what truly makes a great sunset photography location?

21 Settings, Techniques and Rules All New Camera Owners Should Know

We all know that some of the most beautiful light happens during sunset. But what truly makes a great sunset photography location?

A mesospheric heat wave that wiped out noctilucent clouds (NLCs) in early June is subsiding. As temperatures drop 83 km above Earth's surface, summertime wisps of water vapor are rapidly crystallizing around specks of meteor smoke with visible results. The NLCs are back. Allan Trow photographed their silvery tendrils over Anglesey, N. Wales, UK, on June 16th | pinned by haw-creek.com

A mesospheric heat wave that wiped out noctilucent clouds (NLCs) in early June is subsiding. As temperatures drop 83 km above Earth's surface, summertime wisps of water vapor are rapidly crystallizing around specks of meteor smoke with visible results. The NLCs are back. Allan Trow photographed their silvery tendrils over Anglesey, N. Wales, UK, on June 16th | pinned by haw-creek.com

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