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  Moon Pillars 

  
  




Lunar pillars may be seen when the moon is bright and shining against a dark enough sky.

Here, upper and lower pillars echo a crescent moon.

Seen on January 6, 2003 by Lauri Kangas (more of his images) of Ontario, Canada.


Image ©2003 Lauri Kangas, shown with permission.