Sometimes you don't need to look through a telescope to see something beautiful in the sky. This image of contrail shadows, taken by Jeff Ross-Bain at Atlanta, Georgia, USA, is a great example. [Atmospheric Optics]
Ever Seen Contrail Shadows Like These?
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