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The zodiacal light shines above the eastern horizon in the mountains of western North Carolina. This image was taken at the onset of twilight when the golden glow first appeared on the horizon. A meteor streak is recorded on the right side of the frame, while either a meteor or an Iridium flare occurs at the top of the zodiacal light. I shot this image in October with a 17mm lens at f/4, ISO 1600, 25 seconds.
The zodiacal light shares the morning twilight sky with the Big Dipper over the mountains of western North Carolina. I shot this image in October with a 17mm lens at f/4, ISO 1600, 25 seconds.
The zodiacal light shines above Cape Lookout National Seashore on North Carolina's Outer Banks. I shot this image in November with a 17mm lens at f/4, ISO 1600, 30 seconds.