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After the Sun has dropped below the horizon, the Earth is casting its own shadow onto the atmosphere (which is visile as the darker band just over the horizon to the right of the Halley modules). The rising Moon can be seen just over the horizon in the middle of the image.

Michal Krzysztofowicz

Mike, professional photographer and Data Manager for the British Antarctic Survey at the Halley Research Station, has created an amazing picture project documenting his year in Antarctica. He challenged himself to take a picture a day for the whole year. His work has been featured in various publications including The Telegraph, Daily Mirror and Daily Mail.
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After the Sun has dropped below the horizon, the Earth is casting its own shadow onto the atmosphere (which is visile as the darker band just over the horizon to the right of the Halley modules). The rising Moon can be seen just over the horizon in the middle of the image.<br />
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Michal Krzysztofowicz<br />
<br />
Mike, professional photographer and Data Manager for the British Antarctic Survey at the Halley Research Station, has created an amazing  picture project documenting his year in Antarctica. He challenged himself to take a picture a day for the whole year. His work has been featured in various publications including The Telegraph, Daily Mirror and Daily Mail.