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Clouds and other Sky Objects - Noctilucent Clouds

Looking west after the sun had set over Lake Michigan, the distinct yellow tint to the sky are Noctilucent Clouds caused by the sunlight reflecting off a much higher trace of ash from the eruption of the Sarychev Volcano northeast of Japan on the 12th of June 

Date and Time9-Jul-09 9:45 PM Exposure/Shutterspeed--
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