South Planets In The Milky-way
Taken by George Liv on June 11, 2018 @ From my cabin near Vennachar, Ontario
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Unusual colors in the south are probably due to high thin clouds. At the same time, I took the night-sky spectrum of the area near Jupiter where Toronto and Peterborough are located. Only the natural green airglow line at 557.7 nm was readily apparent.
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