Deja Vu

Mauna Loa road, Hawai’i. Mauna Kea in the distance, plus a bright meteor

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The story

The road you see in the image is a one-lane road that goes across lava fields as it climbs the slopes of Mauna Loa for over 17 miles, and it has to be the road with the largest number of blindspots per mile in the world, due to its countless, pronounced ups and downs (not seen in this part of the road). In the distance, Mauna Kea rises, seemingly a smaller peak than it actually is (that’s about 10,000 feet of mountain you’re seeing – plus another 4,000 below until sea level, and almost 20,000 more below that until it reaches the ocean floor). A lucky bright meteor made its appearance at the right time and in the right place, precisely “above” Mauna Kea’s peak

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