Airglow, Milky Way, And Zodiacal Stripe
Taken by Yuri Beletsky on June 7, 2015 @ Chile
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Airglow sky .. It seems this is a never ending story in the Southern hemisphere these nights. The night sky is shining in orangish color due to oxygen airglow emission (~6300 A) in upper atmosphere. I took this image a couple of nights ago, when the airglow emission was pretty strong (see orange color cast all over the image). Milky Way is on the rise, while you can also see faint Zodiacal stripe along the ecliptic. Venus, Jupiter, and Regulus are nicely aligned indeed. After all you can also see the domes of 6.5-m Magellan telescopes on the foreground.

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That is a gorgeous picture!
Posted by Rocketeer 2015-06-10 12:51:10
Another great one, Yuri! What camera/lens are you using here?

DZ
Posted by owleye1 2015-06-11 17:53:10
Thanks all ! I used Canon 6D and Nikkor 14-24 lens.
Posted by beletsky 2015-06-11 19:33:20
18 thumbs up
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