Zodiacal Light, Milky Way, Gravity Waves, Airglow And Northern Lights
Taken by Ruslan Merzlyakov on January 5, 2019 @ Hjørring, Denmark
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A space bouquet of sky phenomena seen above Northern Jutland, Denmark!
Taken 2 hours after sunset, Zodiacal light becomes visible more often in the Northern hemisphere, as we are approaching last month of winter. From the center of the image and to the right, you can see atmospheric gravity waves and green and red airglow, caused by our neighbor country - Norway, located in 150km.
The faint Aurora is also visible in the right corner of the image.

Canon EOS 6D astro modified + Samyang 24mm f/1.4 + iOptron skytracker.
Panorama of 34 single exposures.

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Very nice, is that Comet 46P Wirtanen above Muscida?
Posted by scotty1 2019-01-26 14:48:56
Oh yes, it is! Didnt notice that!
Posted by rmerzlyakov 2019-01-27 05:08:08
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