A Faint Gegenschein by lrargerich on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Look at the bright star near the left border of the photo: Spica. From a distance you will see a brightening around this star.

This brightening is the Gegenschein, sunlit scattered by interplanetary dust at the antisolar point.

The Gegenschein is really difficult to spot, you need a clear moonless night and the help of a camera, in my photo battling some light pollution it is faintly visible.

Knowing that the antisolar point was near Spica at the time the photo was taken helped a lot.

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New breakthroughs in anti-solar propaganda - http://renewablesenergy.net/renewable-sources/new-breakthroughs-in-anti-solar-propaganda/ CleanTechnica Christian Roselund kindly wrote a debunking article about a post published last week titled “How Fast are the Costs of Solar Really Coming Down?“. It was written by staff of the Breakthrough Institute, and it is full of false statements, but I’m repeating…antisolar, breakthroughs, propaganda

Brocken Spectre (Glockenspectre) A rare optic sight, the “Brocken spectre,” which occurs when a person stands at a higher altitude in the mountains and sees his shadow cast on a cloud at a lower altitude. The rainbow is called a glory, the shadow is called the spectre of the brocken, and the white light in the center at the antisolar point is called heiligenschein (holy light).