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Taken last night in the biting cold, a composite of 18 images.
wow, that's special.
Very impressive and beautiful to see.
Remarkable and impressive capture. Beautiful image.
Must have a go at this
Not a usual subject that attracts awards, but having tried astrophotography many years ago, I can appreciate how difficult it is to achieve, so have a Guest Editor award
Thats class with a relative short lens. Think I will have a go at that.
Thank you very much for the kind comments and I even got an award, many thanks julesm!
I've just got back in from having a go at Andromeda tonight so that should be up tomorrow evening, fingers crossed
Fantastic shot, such detail (do you mind me asking are you using one of thoes special scope mounts that tracks the stars ? )
Wow !!!.....beautiful shot !!!!
@Vixalot, yes I'm using an Astrotrac, no way you could get the detail without using some sort of tracking device. Stacking helps with noise and so gives greater detail.
I'm going to do a test on next clear sky and let it go for many more images, see if it helps a great deal more. My curiousity won't let me not try hehe.
I thought you may have used a tracking thing, stunning images , I have had a little go at taking pics of stars, but only with normal tripod + camera combo and they look nothing like yours
keep looking up
This is a striking, unique capture. Congrats on the GEA.
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