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- Jun 12, 2015
Ha, probably. Just like the laser dots, he will never catch them.
Thanks Adam! Speaking of Aurora, we just had a great show last week that thankfully I was out taking pictures and video of.
No worries Andrew, I'm quite jealous of Australia's night skies during the winter months, I'd love to see the Magellanic Clouds and the core of the Milky Way directly overhead! We should trade sometime
Thanks Gabe, this was 11 stacked frames x 2min exposure each, at ISO 800 using the 20Da, shot at 32mm, f/2.8 on an EM200 mount.Wow such great photos Andrew! I especially like that first one. What camera/lens/settings was that if you remember?
I just saw the ISS for the first time when I was watching those Aurora, I had no idea what it was at first because it was so much brighter than any other satellite!
Thank you so much Paul, glad you liked them.Those are both very nice galactic photos, Andrew. I especially like the space station cutting a line through the last photo. + rep.
The more I look that that photo of yours of the LMC and the Milky Way the more I like it. I want to get a star tracking mount, they'd be really useful and I want to take a good photo of Andromeda. So you aren't able to view Andromeda from the Southern Hemisphere? That would make sense, it's pretty close to Cassiopeia I think which is in the northern vicinity of the sky.