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Starry sky This shot was taken around 10pm while the moon was rising (the light on the left comes from the moon hidden by clouds) I was lucky enough to have a clear sky with almost no clouds hope you like it too Image credit: Visit and read how to see the #MilkyWay #Galaxy #Stars #Nightscape #Astrophotography

Messier 8, the Lagoon nebula. While the fanciful name Lagoon might suggest a mythical origin, there is no known mythology associated directly with this interstellar cloud. The name apparently refers to the shape with the dark lane through the middle, not unlike two lagoons separated by a sandbar.

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Our incredible world at night: Pictures showcase wonders of nature and light-polluted cities in darkness

**Lake Weyba Milky Way** - Hey, Went up to Noosa Heads, Australia with DK Photography and shot some extreme Astrophotography for a few nights a couple weeks ago. Got this cool shot of this tree up there at Shreks Swamp. Tripods side by side as we both got the shot. Canon 6D + Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 lens. Iso-3200 / f2.8 / 30 second exposure / 16mm Hope you like this, Thanks for looking!

Winterland II - Wishing you all a very great and happy New Year! Take a care! Second one of my "winterland" series. Composite of 2 exposures. Hope you like it!

The Trifid Nebula is an H II region located in Sagittarius. Its name means 'divided into three lobes'. The object is an unusual combination of an open cluster of stars; an emission nebula, a reflection nebula, and a dark nebula. Distance to Earth: 5,200 light years.

Southern Hemisphere The center of milky way rises up in the east after the sun goes down. Magellanic clouds are close to the horizon. This is the first time I do panorama of milky way. Hoping that I can do it better next time! Camera: Canon EOS 550D Lens: EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Focal Length: 12mm Shutter Speed: 30sec Aperture: f/4 ISO/Film: 1600 Image credit: Visit and read how to see the #MilkyWay #Galaxy #Stars #Nightscape…

night shift Had another awesome night shoot with Michael Schubert this friday. Unfortunately we were too late for the center of the milky way and we had some clouds soon after arrival but later we got a beautiful clear sky ;) Hope you like it. Feedback welcome ;) Camera: Canon EOS 6D Follow on Instagram: Website: and read how to see the Milky Way. Image credit: #MilkyWay #Galaxy #Stars #Nightscape #Astrophotography…