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The noctilucent clouds are coming
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I'm really surprised to see these noctilucent clouds from North-East to East. Usually, they are visible toward the North horizon.
Seen 13148 times See the next picture of that series.
Instrument   70 mm focal length, composite of 11 pictures
Exposure & film   4 s with digital camera Canon 30D + Sigma 70 EX 1:2.8
Date & place   June 30, 2008, Plomelin (Finistère)

 The others pictures of "Moon-Pleiades conjunction on June 30, 2008"
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 This picture has been published in
 Astronomy Picture Of the Day (APOD)
Published as the picture of the day in APOD on July 2, 2008
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