Caturday’s Astronomy Pix for November 4-10, 2012


Lenticular cloud above the Flatirons. Boulder,...

Lenticular cloud above the Flatirons. Boulder, Colorado, USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Lenticular Clouds Over Washington

Saturn’s Moon Dione in Slight Color

Methone: Smooth Egg Moon of Saturn

Superstorm Sandy From Formation to Landfall

Arp 188 and the Tadpole’s Tail

Melotte 15 in the Heart

Polar Ring Galaxy NGC 660

A lenticular cloud in New Mexico.

A lenticular cloud in New Mexico. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix is a weekly installment, published each weekend with links to each daily entry on NASA’s website Astronomy Picture of the Day. I hope you enjoy looking at these often breathtaking images as much as I do.

One response to “Caturday’s Astronomy Pix for November 4-10, 2012

  1. I love the Colorado picture! I got to spend a day at the Boulder glider port back in the mid-90s. The experienced pilots head for the “standing wave” of lift that helps to create these lenticular clouds. They actually dress in very warm clothes and take supplemental oxygen since flights over 20,000 feet are common. It really is remarkable to see.

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