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Monte Rosa Mountains with the highest mountain in Switzerland, Pointe Dufour, red evening light, Zermatt, Valais, Switzerland, Europe Featured 30 Jan 2010 Print

Monte Rosa Mountains with the highest mountain in Switzerland, Pointe Dufour, red evening light, Zermatt, Valais, Switzerland, Europe

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A Malaysian Hindu devotee takes part in a cleansing ritual before his pilgrimage to Featured 30 Jan 2010 Print

A Malaysian Hindu devotee takes part in a cleansing ritual before his pilgrimage to

A Malaysian Hindu devotee takes part in a cleansing ritual before his pilgrimage to the sacred Batu Caves temple during Thaipusam in Kuala Lumpur January 30, 2010. Thousands of Hindus, who comprise over eight percent of Malaysia's 28 million population, took part in the annual Hindu thanksgiving festival held in honour of Lord Murugan. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) - GM1E61U1BH901

Polar mesospheric clouds over the Southern Hemisphere Featured 30 Jan 2010 Print

Polar mesospheric clouds over the Southern Hemisphere

January 30, 2010 - Polar mesospheric clouds over the Southern Hemisphere. These clouds occur over the high latitudes of both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres during their respective summer months at very high altitudes (approximately 76 to 85 kilometers, or 47 to 53 miles). They are most visible during twilight, when the clouds are still illuminated by the setting Sun, while the ground is already dark.
Polar mesospheric clouds are also known as noctilucent or night-shining clouds. The clouds exhibit thin, wispy light blue forms that contrast with the darkness of space (image upper right). Lower levels of the clouds are more strongly illuminated by the Sun and appear light orange to white. Clouds closest to the Eartha??s surface are reddish-orange (image center)

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