December 7, 2012
images from Maximilian Teodorescu, Dumitrana (Ilfov), Romania, and NASA
Centers of brightness and radiating linears characterize these two views from space. Kepler and Copericus are actually 10 times further apart than Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD, but their patterns are similar. In each case there are concentrations of energy with transfer of materials to outlying areas. In the 1500s some geographers thought the Moon reflected the surface of the Earth. Perhaps humans look to the Moon for city design.
October 2, 2012 at 22:45 U.T. with an C 11 working at F/10 and DBK 41 AU02.AS camera with IR-pass filter (685nm).
Yesterday's LPOD: Purple Holes And Red Peaks
Tomorrow's LPOD: Gravity Worms