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The days are getting longer 🙂#countdowntospringtime #northernemisphere

Luna crescente
al calar del Sole, sorge inesorabile
Foto scattata da @frapozz
29/12/17
#moon #Italy #Italia #tree #sky #blue #chamois #winter #christmas #snow #northernemisphere #astronomy #space #universeu

Today is the Winter Solstice, a magical and dark day (here in the Northern Emisphere). Today we have the opportunity to learn to savor the quiet moments.
Light a candle, close your eyes and breath deeply in and out.
Remember that you are not supposed to be perpetually in action.
#wintersolstice #northernemisphere #stillness #noaction #observe

Luna calante (foto scattata dal telescopio, la luna è capovolta perché il telescopio è riflessore)
07/12/17
#moon #White #Black #luna #Mountains #Italia #Italy #Chamois #space #universe #northernemisphere #craters #telescope #astronomy #Sony #Xperia

Luna piena (foto scattata dal telescopio, emisfero boreale)
Ingrandimento: 38 x 70
03/12/17
#moon #fullmoon #grey #Black #White #craters #space #astronomy #universe #dark #northernemisphere #Italy #Milan #Italia #Milano #luna

Luna all' apogeo (foto scattata dal telescopio, emisfero boreale)
Ingrandimento: 38 x 70
21/11/17
#moon #Milano #Italy #northernemisphere #astronomy #space #universe #Milan #Italia #luna #White #Black

This is just to remind you, you always have to know where the north is, so you have a direction for your life. Be a good dog, do not bite the hand that feeds you, make friends, live a simple life. And if you live in the southern emisphere, just look to the south 🤣. #vilaboa #pontevedra #riadevigo #galicia #norte #north #thenorth #elnorte #rosadelosvientos #windrose #northernemisphere #southernemisphere #thesouth #life #begood #beagooddog #emisferiosur #emisferionorte #elsur #lavida #sebueno #thesimplelife #vidasencilla

September #Equinox 2016 from Meteosat-8 —

#Repost @esa_earth (@get_repost)
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September Equinox 
Equinox is either of two astronomical moments in the year when the Sun hits vertically on the Earth's equator. The one at 14:21 UTC on 22 September 2016 (in the image) marked the start of the astronomical autumn in the northern hemisphere last year. 
The image was captured by the Meteosat-8 Natural Colour RGB, taken as close to the actual time of the equinox as possible – on 22 September 2016 at 14:27 UTC (16:27 CEST). Meteorologically the image at the equinox is of no special value, apart from the fact that the sunglint area, which characterises the ocean area mirroring solar radiation straight into the Meteosat sensors, is centred on the equator too, moving west roughly half the apparent speed of the Sun.
#SeptemberEquinox #equinox #AutumnEquinox #NorthernEmisphere #AstronomicalMoments #AstronomicalAutumn #Sun #Earth #SpringEquinox #SouthernEmisphere #AstronomicalSpring 
#Meteosat #Meteosat8 #NaturalColour #satellite #GeostationarySatellite #Meteorology #SunglintArea #sunglint #OceanArea #SolarRadiation #equator
Copyright: ESA/EUMETSAT (2016)

#repost from @esa_earth
September Equinox
Equinox is either of two astronomical moments in the year when the Sun hits vertically on the Earth's equator. The one at 14:21 UTC on 22 September 2016 (in the image) marked the start of the astronomical autumn in the northern hemisphere last year.
The image was captured by the Meteosat-8 Natural Colour RGB, taken as close to the actual time of the equinox as possible – on 22 September 2016 at 14:27 UTC (16:27 CEST). Meteorologically the image at the equinox is of no special value, apart from the fact that the sunglint area, which characterises the ocean area mirroring solar radiation straight into the Meteosat sensors, is centred on the equator too, moving west roughly half the apparent speed of the Sun.
#SeptemberEquinox #equinox #AutumnEquinox #NorthernEmisphere #AstronomicalMoments #AstronomicalAutumn #Sun #Earth #SpringEquinox #SouthernEmisphere #AstronomicalSpring
#Meteosat #Meteosat8 #NaturalColour #satellite #GeostationarySatellite #Meteorology #SunglintArea #sunglint #OceanArea #SolarRadiation #equator
Copyright: ESA/EUMETSAT (2016)
Reposted in @gridsapp

September Equinox 
Equinox is either of two astronomical moments in the year when the Sun hits vertically on the Earth's equator. The one at 14:21 UTC on 22 September 2016 (in the image) marked the start of the astronomical autumn in the northern hemisphere last year. 
The image was captured by the Meteosat-8 Natural Colour RGB, taken as close to the actual time of the equinox as possible – on 22 September 2016 at 14:27 UTC (16:27 CEST). Meteorologically the image at the equinox is of no special value, apart from the fact that the sunglint area, which characterises the ocean area mirroring solar radiation straight into the Meteosat sensors, is centred on the equator too, moving west roughly half the apparent speed of the Sun.
#SeptemberEquinox #equinox #AutumnEquinox #NorthernEmisphere #AstronomicalMoments #AstronomicalAutumn #Sun #Earth #SpringEquinox #SouthernEmisphere #AstronomicalSpring 
#Meteosat #Meteosat8 #NaturalColour #satellite #GeostationarySatellite #Meteorology #SunglintArea #sunglint #OceanArea #SolarRadiation #equator
Copyright: ESA/EUMETSAT (2016)

Happy longest day of the year to us! #northernemisphere #firstdayofsummer #hikingwithkids 👍🏻💞

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