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Possible Volcanic Sunset?

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« on: October 07, 2009, 07:07:21 am »

Nice pickies Martin!  These types of sunsets are certainly more common at the moment.  Nice piece of detective work though - I can understand Les scepticism but the info from Germany about the Sulphur layer ties in very nicely with what we've been observing and documenting on this forum.  Either way, I think the morale of the story is that we should enjoy the view regardless of the mechanism that is producing them.   Roll Eyes
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