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07-26-2016, 02:14 AM - 2 Likes   #121
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My last session with my K3 + OGPS + Sigma 18-35mm Art

At Blue Hour


Differents way


Three "Way"


Sattelites


And a deep sky, with my Pentax K3 + OGPS1 + Pentax 100mm Macro

Between Kaur Baurealis & NGC 6530



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My last session for the NDE2016 "Night of the Stars 2016" :

Pentax K3 + Sigma 18-35mm Art f/1.8

Shooting stars under Andromeda


42 pictures for this panorama, 18mm Iso1600 f/2.8 30s

Saturday night on planet earth


18mm Iso1600 60s f/2.0
2 series of pictures, 4 with the O-GPS1, and 1 for the ground @ 18mm Iso1600 65s f/2.0
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Looking at your last pictures I saw something very interesting. The light pollution from powerful sources met some king of barrier, where it's spread horizontally, forming some kind of wall of light, but didn't cross behind this. It would be very interesting to find out the height where this barrier is formed, how it is formed, and if this knowledge can be of some use for astrophotographers.
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QuoteOriginally posted by ZeGaby Quote
Shooting stars under Andromeda.
Wow! Nice picture! And the maximum of the Plejades meteor showser is still to come.......

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QuoteOriginally posted by Pete_XL Quote
Wow! Nice picture! And the maximum of the Plejades meteor showser is still to come.......


I do know that Pete_XL knows his skies very well - and I have made worse typos myself several times - but just for the record: We are waiting for the Perseid meteor shower expected to culminate on 12 August 2016:


Perseid Meteor Shower 2016: When, Where & How to See It
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QuoteOriginally posted by Stone G. Quote
I do know that Pete_XL knows his skies very well - and I have made worse typos myself several times - but just for the record: We are waiting for the Perseid meteor shower expected to culminate on 12 August 2016:


Perseid Meteor Shower 2016: When, Where & How to See It
Oooooops! That`s what I call a "Freudian Slip"! I was wondering if I could get the Plejades onto the sensor when I travel to Spain in September before I wrote my comment on ZeGaby's wonderful picture .
Thanks for getting me back onto track .....
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QuoteOriginally posted by JimmyDranox Quote
Looking at your last pictures I saw something very interesting. The light pollution from powerful sources met some king of barrier, where it's spread horizontally, forming some kind of wall of light, but didn't cross behind this. It would be very interesting to find out the height where this barrier is formed, how it is formed, and if this knowledge can be of some use for astrophotographers.
Yes, as you can see i've change my shooting place. I find a new place, but with a lot of light pollution.

41. Over the vines



O-GPS1 Pentax K3 Sigma 18-35mm @ 18mm f/2,0 Iso1600 40s

42. Grapes under Milky Way



O-GPS1 Pentax K3 Sigma 18-35mm @ 18mm f/2,0 Iso1600 40s


Thanks Pete_XL !
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