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Crepuscular Rays – 7 photos to enjoy.

Crepuscular Rays – 7 photos to enjoy.

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      Laurence Green avatarLaurence Green
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      7 nice photos taken on 10th April, Wednesday, of crepuscular rays (sunbeams) in the early morning.

      Images from BBC’s Weather Watchers website.

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/weatherwatchers/article/47879908/crepuscular-rays-light-up-the-dawn-sky

      Laurence

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      Howard Brown avatarhygge
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      Very enjoyable pictures, Laurence – the first one really hits you. Is it chance they were all on Wed morning or simply not surprising, I wonder.

      Glad you popped up – I was fearing you were sucked into that black hole…

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      Laurence Green avatarLaurence Green
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      Thanks, Hygge,

      No!  Thanks be!  I am still here (for good or bad?!?) and not sucked into that widely reported black hole.  I am here comfortably in Yate, South Gloucestershire and still able to enjoy the CAS website, praise be!

      I hope I am not too early but I would like to wish to you, and all CAS members, including all at the CAS, a very happy and enjoyable Easter.  I hope all have a lovely, peaceful and restful time.

      Best wishes.

      Laurence

       

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      Laurence Green avatarLaurence Green
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      Hi Hygge

      Getting back to your previous posting about the Black Hole I think you will find this of interest.

      The image appeared today (27 April) on the NASA APOD webpage and shows the first time a black hole photographed.

      Here it is:-

      https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap190427.html

      Thankfully, I was not sucked into its Stygian depths and thankfully still here on planet Earth!

      Laurence

       

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