If I recall the saying correctly, "Red sky at night... mean that the sheep are on fire.". This isn't a case of burning quadrupeds, though, but a shot taken by NASA near Flinders of Last week's Solar storm. And it's not just a good looking shot. That looks stunning, but head over to NASA's picture site, and you not only get the full-sized version, but also mouseover awesomeness that gives you detail on what you're actually looking at. I could stare at this image for days... [NASA Astronomy]
Aussie Solar Storm Pic Is Pretty And Informative
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