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Skyscapes & Constellations
LocationWhiteface Intervale, NH
EquipmentTaken with a 40 year old Rapid Omega medium format camera, Ektachrome 200 slide film
Description6 hour exposure of polar star trails over Mt. Whiteface, in Sandwich, NH. This was taken with a 58mm wide angle lens on my medium format film camera.
LocationLut desert, Kermansh, Iran
Date11/16/2011 7:30 pm
EquipmentCanon DSLR 30D
DescriptionHere is a night scene from the "Lut Desert". as you see, planet "Jupiter" and winter constellation are rising from east horizon. for more information about the location, click belowe link: http://whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/5216/
LocationIzeh , Iran
Date20 Mar 2012
EquipmentCanon 5D in 1600 Iso and Samyang 8 mm Lens at F 3.5
DescriptionVenus and Jupiter conjunction in the last views of the winter sky in Zagros Mountain , Izeh , Iran
Equipmentcamera:fujifilm finepix s4000
DescriptionConjunction of two planets in the sky Beautiful Iran
LocationCambridge Springs, PA
Date3/23/2012 8:12 pm
DescriptionTree with Orion, Pleiades, Venus and Jupiter
LocationQuezon City, Philippines
DateFeb 29, 2012 12:02 UTC
EquipmentCanon EOS X5 DSLR, Sigma 8-18mm lens, fixed tripod. 15sec ISO400 f/4.5
Descriptionwhen i looked up to the west I saw this pattern, an alignment of stars Canopus, Sirius, Betelgeuse, Aldebaran, the Moon, Jupiter, and Venus(from left to right) forming an acrh. You can see the light pollution coming from flood/nuke lights of a building construction site.
DateMarch 1, 2012 17:30
EquipmentTechnicarden medium format on tripod
DescriptionBeautiful eveningview of alignment of three planets as seen about half hour after sunset.
LocationOcean City, NJ, United States
DateNov 26, 2011
EquipmentCanon 7D, 17-40mm f/4L, Tripod, Shutter Release, Flashlight
DescriptionThis photo was taken in Ocean City, NJ next to the old 59th Street fishing pier. Often called the Dog Star, Sirius is part of the constellation Canis Major and is also the brightest star in the night sky. A tripod, flashlight, remote shutter, and a 10 second timer were used to make this self portrait possible.
Datemarch 4, 1994
Equipment28 mm f/2.5 lens Exposure: 2 h 30 min Film: Kodak Ektachrome 100 ISO Converted in black and white after digital scan of the slide.
DescriptionConverted in black and white after digital scan of the slide.
LocationAbyaneh Village - Esfahan - Iran
EquipmentCanon EOS 1000D On tirpod, iso 1600, f/3.5, Canon Lens 18-55mm
Descriptioni take this photo with long exposure about 120 minute include 250 frames 30 seconds