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Star trails over a dormant volcano in the Andes Mountains
November 4, 2020

Starry Night

A long exposure shows the movement of stars over Llullaillaco, Andes Mountains, Chile. The peak of this dormant volcano is more than 22,000 feet high and last erupted in 1877.
Photograph by Maria Stenzel, Nat Geo Image Collection
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