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1350-6296 - Bronze plaque pointing out mountain peaks seen from Dee Wright Observatory at McKenzie Pass in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, with North Sister and Middle Sister volcanic peaks in the distance.
1350-2964 - Bronze plaque pointing out mountain peaks seen from Dee Wright Observatory at McKenzie Pass in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, with North Sister and Middle Sister volcanic peaks in the distance.
832-393239 - View from the highest observatory of the world on 562 meters height in the 632 meters high skyscraper Shanghai Tower to the special economic zone Pudong with the 492 meters high Shanghai World Financial Center, nicknamed The Bottle Opener, Shanghai, People's Republic of China
832-393240 - View from the highest observatory of the world on 562 meters height in the 632 meters high skyscraper Shanghai Tower on the special economic zone Pudong with the 468 meters high Oriental Pearl Tower the Huangpu River and the district Tilanqiao, Shanghai, People's Republic of China
1350-2270 - View point of The Observatory Of Pic Du Midi De Bigorre, Hautes Pyrenees, Midi Pyrenees, France. The 12m Ponton dans le ciel, a glass walkway high above the Pyrenees at Pic du Midi de Bigorre, a 2877m mountain in the French Pyrenees, home to an astronomical observatory and visitors centre. The observatory is acccessible from the village of La Mongie by cablecar. Tourists often visit in time for the spectacular sunset across the mountains.
1350-2274 - Sunset Mountain views in front of The Observatory Of Pic Du Midi De Bigorre, Hautes Pyrenees, Midi Pyrenees, France. The Col du Tourmalet is the highest paved mountain pass in the French Pyrenees second only to the Col de Portet. So in contrast to frequent claims.
1350-41 - One of the 27 antennas of the Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope complex in New Mexico (with others in the distance at lower right) illuminated by moonlight, on December 13, 2013, peak night for the Geminid meteor shower. A single exposure of 30 seconds with the Rokinon 14mm lens at f/2.8 and Canon 5D MkII at ISO 800. Orion is rising a lower centre. The Moon is the bright object at upper right. The Pleiades and Hyades are above centre.
1350-63 - Mark gazing at a target, M22, in the Milky Way with his TeleVue 127 refractor at the annual Rothney Observatory Milky Way Nights for July 25, 2019. Several satellite trails mark the sky. Jupiter (brightest at right) and Saturn (at left) flank the Milky Way.
1350-2271 - View point of The Observatory Of Pic Du Midi De Bigorre, Hautes Pyrenees, Midi Pyrenees, France. The 12m Ponton dans le ciel, a glass walkway high above the Pyrenees at Pic du Midi de Bigorre, a 2877m mountain in the French Pyrenees, home to an astronomical observatory and visitors centre. The observatory is acccessible from the village of La Mongie by cablecar. Tourists often visit in time for the spectacular sunset across the mountains.
1350-2268 - View point of The Observatory Of Pic Du Midi De Bigorre, Hautes Pyrenees, Midi Pyrenees, France. The 12m Ponton dans le ciel, a glass walkway high above the Pyrenees at Pic du Midi de Bigorre, a 2877m mountain in the French Pyrenees, home to an astronomical observatory and visitors centre. The observatory is acccessible from the village of La Mongie by cablecar. Tourists often visit in time for the spectacular sunset across the mountains.
1350-2269 - View point of The Observatory Of Pic Du Midi De Bigorre, Hautes Pyrenees, Midi Pyrenees, France. The 12m Ponton dans le ciel, a glass walkway high above the Pyrenees at Pic du Midi de Bigorre, a 2877m mountain in the French Pyrenees, home to an astronomical observatory and visitors centre. The observatory is acccessible from the village of La Mongie by cablecar. Tourists often visit in time for the spectacular sunset across the mountains.
1350-2275 - Sunset Mountain views in front of The Observatory Of Pic Du Midi De Bigorre, Hautes Pyrenees, Midi Pyrenees, France. The Col du Tourmalet is the highest paved mountain pass in the French Pyrenees second only to the Col de Portet. So in contrast to frequent claims.