Saturday, 12 June 2010

No ocean view today

With a weather system moving in the inversion layer is much higher this evening and there's a lot more low level cloud. This means, unlike yesterday's amazing view, there's no ocean visible from the top of Mauna Kea. Instead, we have to make do with some of the other sights we get to see at sunset, such as the shadow of the mountain and anticrepuscular rays above, and below, colourful cirrus clouds to the west.

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