And on the 11th month of the year, light continues to shine in the sky. In yet another edition of Astronomy Picture of the Day, NASA once again highlighted a set of cosmic formations that our eyes can hardly reach on their own. One such phenomenon is the Lagoon Nebula, made up of waves and glistening gas folds, whose light was emitted over 5,000 years ago.
More terrestrial is the perspective of photographer Mauricio Salazar, who recorded the Milky Way just above a Uruguayan lighthouse, and that of Vitalij Kopa, who captured the starry sky reflected in a river in Lithuania.
For more lunar records, the US space agency booked November 23 and 24. By this time, NASA decided to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 12 mission with two of the most famous portraits of the time.
In the gallery below you can find these and dozens of other images that celebrate the space and the landscapes this one held us during the month of November.