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Yuichi Takasaka, Star trails, Sugar Lake, British Columbia. Taken in July, the long-exposure picture illustrates how stars seem to rotate around what's known as the celestial north pole, an imaginary point in the sky closest to the star Polaris—the dot of light at top left—that seems to intersect Earth's axis of rotation.

Star trails swirl through candy-colored auroras in a sweet new view of Sugar Lake in British Columbia, Canada, released this week. Taken in July, the long-exposure picture illustrates how stars seem.

Frank Otto Pedersen (@ottofrank) auf Instagram: „I think many of us strive too much. I know I do. Every day is a struggle do get better at…“

Frank Otto Pedersen (@ottofrank) auf Instagram: „I think many of us strive too much. I know I do. Every day is a struggle do get better at…“

Cygnus Loop Nebula

Wispy tendrils of hot dust and gas glow brightly in this ultraviolet image of the Cygnus Loop nebula, taken by NASA Galaxy Evolution Explorer. The nebula lies about light-years away.