The above pic is mine; but someone in the Netherlands also
snapped the Noctilucent clouds on the same night – 21st June 2019
Plus, try these tags on Flickr
noctilucentclouds and noctilucent
tweet and this tweet that links to this article
Edit: Thank you to archive.org (aka the Internet Archive or The Wayback Machine), otherwise I would have lost this post (when I broke my website a while back.)
This is the extra content for the Sky at Night (10th July 2016). The Perseids meteor shower will be visible from July 23rd to August 23rd 2016. The peak is the night 10/11th, 11/12th, 12/13th and 13/14th August – from 1:00am until dawn.
This week’s episode was all about Juno. The speed at periapsis is 165,00 mph!
Juno scientist Fran Bagnell talking to Chris Lintott about the immense speeds, intensity and danger that Juno will endure as it zooms around Jupiter.
And here is
The Juno Toolkit… and Media Gallery flightplan.
Live streaming Juno via updates coverage page via the @NASAJuno pinned tweet.
Here is a
GMT to PDT converter – basically PDT is 7 hours behind GMT. So:
8:18pm PDT on July 4th
4:18am on July 5th.
See screenshot below.
PDT to GMT