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Dark Blue World II

Shooting stars in Giant Mountains is really a challenge. Light pollution is so huge… The only chance is a low clouds weather.

Due to fact that I used astro DSLR Nikon D810A I got natural colors of nebulae. So no shading :) To make it clear – the natural color of the nebulae is visible to the human eye.

Apart from binary stars Sirius (Sirius A, Sirius B) we can find probably the most photographed particular constellations – Orion with typical Great Nebula (M42) on the photo. Together with the surrounding Barnard's Loop. Diagonally left of the Orion Nebula can be found, for example, Rosette (NGC 2237) or dominant orange-red star Betelgeuse. The upper part of the photo on the right side closes open star cluster Pleiades (M45).

Panorama compiled from total of 33 frames (18 exposures of stars in three rows, 12 exposures of landscape in the fourth row, 3-level exposure bracketing, 5-level focus bracketing).

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