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The Southern Cross and the Milky Way


Peter
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Hi, I took this image while I was on holiday in New Zealand. It was taken without a tripod, all I had available was a picnic table to balance my camera on. After every exposure I had to pick up the camera to see what I'd captured and then reposition the camera.

The image shows the Southern Cross and Milky Way.

Peter

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Hi Peter.

Good capture there, once again proving you don't have to have expensive tracking equipment to capture star fields.

If you've got a number of exposures of the same field of view, use Deep Sky Stacker to stack them and watch while even more stars and faint stuff appears.

Dave

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