Astrophotography – Milky Way

Kelling Heath, Weybourne, North Norfolk, UK
22nd November 2016 at 21:29 / 9.21 pm

Luzern, Switzerland
(Saturday 20th August 2016)

The bright stars of Collinder 399 form the Coathanger asterism
as visible to naked-eye.

The nearby Andromeda Galaxy, also called M31, is bright enough
to be seen by the naked eye on dark, moonless nights.

Southern Hemisphere – Australia

(Saturday 18th August 2012)

South Australia’s national parks have such beautiful landscapes,
it’s easy to forget to look up and feast your eyes on the astronomical delights of the night sky.
Australia faces the Milky Way and therefore star gazers can see 100 times more stars
than they could in the Northern Hemisphere.
(more photos)

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