The night skies are the final hours before the final sunset.
This year, the peak of Mount Lassie is on the cusp of a stunning celestial spectacle.
But for thousands of Australians, the sunset may not come in a sky full of stars.
In northern Australia, the spectacular sunset is usually marked by a single white spot.
But on this particular day in August, a star cluster is visible across the northern sky.
The star cluster appears as a single light in the sky on the horizon, in the constellation Virgo.
This celestial object has been identified as the brightest star in the Northern Lights, a group of stars that are caused by a burst of cosmic radiation that happens every 100 million years.
It’s a spectacular sight.
A single star cluster, with its own unique colour and brightness, is visible on the evening horizon.
The constellation Virgos Virgo, also known as the Northern Light, is a constellation in the southern sky that appears to rise above the Milky Way in the night sky.
It is a very beautiful sight, and one that is sometimes seen during sunrise and sunset.
This constellation is one of the most famous in the Southern Hemisphere.
This celestial display of the Southern Lights can be seen in many parts of the world.
In Australia, this constellation can be spotted over the state of Queensland.
The Northern Lights can also be seen over New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania.
The Southern Lights are visible over South Australia and the Great Barrier Reef.
The Orion Nebula, also called the Southern Ophiuchus, is also a very famous sight in the evening sky.
It is also visible over Australia.
The Milky Way, in a northern sky, is seen in this view from the northern hemisphere of New South Zealand.
The night sky in northern Australia has been dubbed the Northern Mountains.
It’s not just in the morning, when we’re watching the stars and the stars are visible, that we are seeing this beautiful sky.
A spectacular sunset, as seen from the Northern mountains, in New South England.
This is the view over the Tasman Sea.
This is a spectacular sunset over the Great Australian Bight, a coastal plain in Tasmania.
A beautiful sunset in the eastern sky, at the northern tip of the Great Indian Ocean, with the Great Southern Ocean at its southern tip.
This beautiful sunset is a sight for the eyes, even for those who can’t see the stars.
The Great Northern Plains in Western Australia.
This sky is a bit different to the night skies in Australia, but not much.
The northern lights are visible on a clear night in the middle of the night.
The northern lights appear as bright white spots in the skies over the Northern Plains.
A single white dot appears on the northern horizon, which is visible in the Orion constellation.
A white dot is a bright, red dot that is visible for a very long time.
It may be invisible for several seconds, and then appear.
This star cluster can be found in the northern constellation Virgnus, the Great Bear.
This image was taken in the western sky, and the faint, faint glow of the star cluster shows up in the images above.
The stars of Virgnis are faint, and appear as white streaks in the dark.
This night sky over the northern Plains in Australia has a star-filled sky.
This image is a view over South Australian sky, as viewed from the state.