Leonid, Zodiacal Lights, Milky Way, Airglow And Satellite Transit Over La Palma
Taken by Adrien mauduit on November 19, 2017 @ La Palma, Canarias, Spain
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Last night I spent the whole night outside near El Observatorio del Roque de los Muchachos in La Palma, Canary islands to take astroplapse, but also get some Leonids as it was still in its peak. I witnessed around 50 meteors altogether, and a spectacular display of yellow/orange airglow while the zodiacal lights to the east lit up just before dawn. I took the picture around 5:30 LT with Canon 6D modded, Sigma 14mm f/1.4 Art. I was just amazed by the combination of events last night, a rare spectacle not to be missed, and it was worth staying up all night in the stillness of the dark!
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Hi, you mention Canon 6D modded, how is it modified? Naked CMOS, other filter? Which filter? Be as technical as possible, Thanks
Posted by GeorgeLiv 2017-11-19 14:49:24
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