Milky Way And Aurora Over Svalbard
Taken by Ruslan Merzlyakov on October 14, 2018 @ Nybyen (Longyearbyen), Svalbard
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Date Taken: 2018:10:22 17:52:45
 
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Double arc over 78° North.
It was so weird to see both fast approaching Aurora Borealis and the Summer Milky Way on Svalbard at the same time! Usually, Svalbards night sky is always filled up with small proton particles (pieces of the Northern Lights), but in the evening of October, 14th, it was totally clear and full of shining stars.

Panorama of 5 images shot on Canon EOS 6D astro mod and Samyang 14mm lens.

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