May 21, 2021
Originally published October 2, 2011
image by Miguel Claro, Portugal
Here we can see the intense light trail of the waning Moon during an exposure of 4 hours, and just below the Moon at the top, the trail of the planet Jupiter. At lower right, are visible the stars of Orion. In general, a lot of of constellations are visible, such as: Andromeda, Perseus, Triangulum, Aries, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Auriga, Taurus and the trail of the planet Mars, which blends into the track left by the intense glow of the Moon behind the old iron gate.
18/09/2011 between 23h36 and 3h44 AM. Canon 50D, 10mm lens f/4 ISO1000mm Exp.30s per image. Sum of 451 images, with a total time integration of 226 minutes.
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