nightglow


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night·glow

 (nīt′glō′)
n.
Airglow occurring at night.

nightglow

(ˈnaɪtˌɡləʊ)
n
(Physical Geography) meteorol a faint light from the upper atmosphere seen in the night sky, esp in low latitudes
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ABS-CBN artists performances on the weekend, with fireworks display and balloon nightglow on last night of the Fiesta.
ABS-CBN artists will also stage performances throughout the weekend, with a fireworks display and balloon nightglow that will illuminate the last night of the fiesta.
There are nightglow events, with fireworks on Thursday and Saturday.
Bold and geometric, Tilebar's Highland Nightglow tile features Nero Marquina and white Thassos marble, composed with elegant symmetry.
In the past, scientists anticipated Mars to have nightglow and previous missions had detected the presence of ultraviolet light.
6 Everything is ready, waiting for you to come into existence: dishes on the table, nightglow on the glasses, heat on the pillows, candle wax melting like sugar down legs.
Along with the usual schedule of competitions, classes, exhibitions and displays the two-day event will be packed full of festive celebrations including free late night shopping and an incredible hot-air balloon nightglow display on the Monday evening.
Short-wave infrared provides several advantages, including operations down to starlight conditions, receiving adequate illumination from the weak natural phenomena known as atmospheric nightglow, presentation of images that closely represent what is seen in the visible spectrum, covert target recognition in darkness, camouflage negation and the ability to image beacons and lasers used with night vision goggles.
There was a musical nightglow and spectacular firework display.
Mr Rosser did say, however, that the Nightglow part of the festival, which saw balloons tethered but lit up in the dark, had attracted up to 10,000 people.
And it all ends with a nightglow and fireworks display.