February 28, 2017 - A 360 degree panorama of the evening twilight sky at Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada. The Milky Way is beginning to appear and the zodiacal light is at centre in the west. Clouds lit by light pollution colour the sky. The crescent moon, here overexposed, shines below bright Venus, with Mars much fainter to the left of Venus. Orion stands to the south at left of centre, partly in clouds. Numerous satellite trails appear in the blue twilight sky. Leo is rising at far left; the Big Dipper is at far right.

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February 28, 2017 05:44:16 PM
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Alan Dyer
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