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Possible Volcanic Sunset?

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« on: October 07, 2009, 04:48:11 pm »

Les Cowley is skeptical that these are genuine volcanic sunsets though.
Then how he explains about that pink colour?

How could you be bored with a volcanic sunset?
Nearly the same way as I didn't observe anything last night. The sky was clear! but it was cold (+4C), foggy (double cold) and the full moonlight vanished most of the stars away. Plus the lack of time as always on weekdays.  Undecided
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