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flame pillar
Still the same reflection, this time photographed by amateur astronomer Klaas JOBSE from Oostkapelle, The Netherlands. The picture was taken at 6:15 pm. The camera used was a Canon EOS 400D with a focal length set at 88 mm. Exposure time: 13 seconds. Aperture: f/5.6. ISO: 400.

The distance between Terneuzen and Oostkapelle is 32 km (19.9 miles). The elevation of the reflection was 17°, meaning that the reflective cloud layer was at an altitude of 4.9 km or 16,076 feet.

[© Klaas JOBSE - photo shown with permission (more pictures by Klaas JOBSE can be found on and on his own web site]