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Ursa minor

Ursa Minor, also known as the Little Bear or Little Dipper in the sky. Astro photography is much more complicated than you'd think because the earth rotates the whole time making it impossible to do some proper long exposure. And I didn't see the Milky Way either today, but that might be just lack of knowledge where and when to look.

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Camera model
NIKON D600
EXIF date
Size
6030x4028
Exposure time
15/1
Aperture
ƒ/1.8
Focal length
28 mm

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On the other hand the rotation of the Earth helps to create beautiful photos if you direct your camera to Polaris with a very long exposition. You should try it sometime ;)

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Nja. Du har fotat Perseus. Andromeda till höger, Pleiadrerna nere vänster och Capella är stjärnan överst. Vintergatan går tvärs.

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Not much in the simplest versions. You build it yourself from cheap parts readily available at the hardware store.

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vad gjorde jag fel sa att man inte ser den som t.ex haer? voices.nationalgeographic.com/files/2013/01/…

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Jag tror inte kan kan ta ett sådant foto utan ett riktigt teleskop och på ett ställe med mycket klar luft.

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oj coolt, tack! Installerade precis stellarium.org och jaemfoer med min bild

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ja, funderade pa det men viste inte var jag ska fota foer att fa in den ;)

Taha Mohammad Anatoly Kozlov Open your eyes

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