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Originally posted by Yarium
On the moon, there's no atmosphere to scatter the light into that bluish haze we can the sky.
Originally posted by mikesingh
Oh yeah? No atmosphere? Ask John Lear. Check it out here and in his question forum!
Originally posted by Xeros
To me it just looks like glare. Anyone else agree?
I dunno what season it is but Alaska has a point in time where there is no night-time , so it would make sense that the top part of the earth is lit like that
Originally posted by V Kaminski
Something, most likely optical seems a likely a credible explanation (I could be wrong). Dec. 24, 1968: AS8-14-2383 Now that's for sure is planet Earth... Great Apollo 8 pic.