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JRehling on Twitter: "Buffalo, NY was hit by snow so intense it looked like a wall, leaving up to 60 inches (1.5 meters). #BuffaloSnow http://t.co/MoKsOg18PI"

JRehling on Twitter: "Buffalo, NY was hit by snow so intense it looked like a wall, leaving up to 60 inches (1.5 meters). #BuffaloSnow http://t.co/MoKsOg18PI"

It's not much to look at, but this is Tropical Storm Barry (06/19/13) before it heads into Mexico.  This is one of the target areas that the Skyeye Weather team highlighted for hurricane activity this year...and from Florida to southern New England. NASA/MSFC Interactive GOES Data Selector

It's not much to look at, but this is Tropical Storm Barry (06/19/13) before it heads into Mexico. This is one of the target areas that the Skyeye Weather team highlighted for hurricane activity this year...and from Florida to southern New England. NASA/MSFC Interactive GOES Data Selector

Sat imagery of Bushfires in New South Wales, Australia Posted on October 29, 2013 by Anthony Watts  NASA’s Terra satellite detected dozens of bushfires raging in the Australian state of New South Wales, outside of Sydney.  Emergency managers in New South Wales declared a state of emergency. More than 116,167 hectares (~287,000 acres) have already burned.  http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/australiasydney_copy.jpg

Sat imagery of Bushfires in New South Wales, Australia Posted on October 29, 2013 by Anthony Watts NASA’s Terra satellite detected dozens of bushfires raging in the Australian state of New South Wales, outside of Sydney. Emergency managers in New South Wales declared a state of emergency. More than 116,167 hectares (~287,000 acres) have already burned. http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/australiasydney_copy.jpg

Sun pillars, or light pillars, are shafts of light extending from the sun or other bright light source. They’re caused by ice crystals drifting in Earth’s air.

Sun pillars, or light pillars, are shafts of light extending from the sun or other bright light source. They’re caused by ice crystals drifting in Earth’s air.

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The night sky holds so much beauty along with mystery. I'd like one day to be taken somewhere where they shine the brightest with no light pollution. I will gaze, imagine, dream, and create. All with a smile on my face...

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