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Zodiacal Light and ISS over Keld

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First light this evening, Canon 6D MkII and Samyang 14mm, at f2.8, 6s and iso1600.  processed in Lightroom.

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That really is bright. Did it look so obvious to the eye or just the camera ?

It can look like light pollution most of the time but Keld is so dark you may have stood a chance.

A very nice example,

Dave.

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48 minutes ago, davew said:

That really is bright. Did it look so obvious to the eye or just the camera ?

It can look like light pollution most of the time but Keld is so dark you may have stood a chance.

A very nice example,

Dave.

To my eye, that bright but less colour.  I have had many years of looking at faint nebulous astronomical objects though...

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