Martian sunset, Spirit rover image
Martian sunset. Mars exploration rover Spirit image of the western sky from Gusev Crater at sunset. There is a bluish glow in the sky around and above the Sun. Such glows can remain visible for up to 2 hours after sunset or before sunrise. The glow i
© Nasa/Science Photo Library
19 05 2005, 19 May 2005, 21st Century, Astronomy, Astrophysical, Astrophysics, Atmosphere, Atmospheric Phenomenon, Coloured, Columbia Hills, Cosmology, D Usk, Evening, Exploration, False Coloured, Glow, Glowing, Gusev Crater, Lander, Mar, Mars Rover, Martian Surface, Planet, Planetary, Science, Setting, Solar System, Spirit, Sun, Sun Set, Twilight
Krakatoa sunsets, 1883 artworks
Krakatoa sunsets. Artwork of the spectacular red and orange sunsets caused in London, England, by the August 1883 eruption of Krakatoa, a volcano thousands of kilometres away in Indonesia. The ash thrown up by the eruption caused sunsets like these for years afterwards. These three artworks are a sequence, showing twilight and afterglow effects at Chelsea, London, on 26 November 1883, at around: 4.40pm (top); 5pm (middle); and 6.15pm (bottom). These are among the thousands of sunset sketches made by the British artist William Ashcroft. Krakatoa's eruption prompted many reports and investigations. These artworks formed the frontispiece for The Report of the Krakatoa Committee of the Royal Society (1888).
© ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Bridge Road, Wembley, London AA071612
BRIDGE ROAD, Wembley, London. Looking along the shop fronts of the parade of shops at Nos 7 to 31 Bridge Road on a misty morning or evening in winter, looking towards Wembley Park Station with cars and taxis parked. Photographed by John Gay sometime between January 1962 - May 1964.
© Historic England
Car, D Usk, Dawn, Lamp Post, Urban