Noctilucent Clouds Panorama
Taken by Gordon Mackie on June 19, 2018 @ Caithness, Scotland
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 760D
Exposure Time: 3/10
Aperture: f/3.5
ISO: 400
Date Taken: 2018:06:19 08:49:51
 
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Although my location is too far north (and too light at night) to see aurora, the summer months are an ideal time to enjoy noctilucent cloud displays. The display on the early hours of 19th June was well worth staying up late to see as the delicate details of the NLCs filled the northern part of the sky - stretching from western horizon overhead to the eastern horizon.

Approx 180 degree panorama generated from 6 widefield captures (Canon 760D, sigma 10-20mm leans at f/3.5; ISO400 and 0.3 sec)
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