A tree is silhouetted against the yellow light of the setting sun
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A statue of Ceres, Roman goddess of agriculture, is silhouetted against the rising moon as it stands on top of the Missouri State Capitol
Alexander Cartwright Jr, The Origin of the Baseball Diamond, and the Formation of the Knickerbockers
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A collection of windmills are silhouetted by the sun.
Polar stratospheric clouds or PSCs, also known as nacreous clouds, occur in the winter polar stratosphere at altitudes of 15,000–25,000 meters (49,000–82,000 ft). Though beautiful, they are implicated in the formation of ozone holes.
The original document testimony of four women against George Burroughs for witchcraft, 1692. Salem.
Rainbow Nacreous Clouds - Iceland - Polar stratospheric clouds or PSCs, are clouds in the winter polar stratosphere at altitudes of 15,000–25,000 meters. They are best observed during civil twilight when the sun is between 1 and 6 degrees below the horizon. They are implicated in the formation of ozone holes.
A piece of cloth found on the ship Osebergskom. (And now no one can argue against Vikings wearing plaids.)
Researchers Simulate the Formation of Massive Stars from Turbulent Molecular Clouds November 19, 2013 Using the Pleiades supercomputer at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) facility, researchers perform large-scale supercomputing simulati...
Morning Glory Clouds in Australia. Bourketown, on the Gulf of Carpentaria. This cloud formation occurs for just a couple of weeks in Sept/Oct, depening on conditions. A mecca for gliders and cloud appreciators alike.
Keyhole Nebula - A portion of the Carina Nebula is known as the Keyhole Nebula (NGC 3324), a name given to it by John Herschel in the 19th century. The Keyhole Nebula is actually a much smaller and darker cloud of cold molecules and dust, containing bright filaments of hot, fluorescing gas, silhouetted against the much brighter background nebula.