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Astrophoto: Double Rainbow All the Way Across the Observatory

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Posted August 26, 2013

Astrophotographer César Cantú was in the right place at the right time this weekend! He took this beautiful photo of a double rainbow all the way across the sky — and directly over the Planetario Alfa observatory in Mexico, part of the Alfa Planetarium Science and Technology Museum, near San Pedro Garci’a, in the northeast part of Mexico.

A double rainbow spans above Planetario Alfa observatory in Mexico on August 24, 2013. Credit and copyright: César Cantú.

A double rainbow spans above Planetario Alfa observatory in Mexico on August 24, 2013. Credit and copyright: César Cantú.

Of course, this is reminiscent of the most famous double rainbow…at least on You Tube:

Update: It must be double rainbow season. Astrophotographer Göran Strand from Sweden took the image below on August 19,2013.

Double rainbow over a marina in Sweden on August 19, 2013. Credit and copyright: Göran Strand

Double rainbow over a marina in Sweden on August 19, 2013. Credit and copyright: Göran Strand

Source: Universe Today, story by Nancy Atkinson

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