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I would like to move to Australia just to have access to the beautiful dark sky. Already knowing your likely European sensibilities, you instead might like to go to New Zealand or even South Africa instead! He really speaks for much fewer people than he claims on his Ice site. Also it would have been nice to be presented with more basic details, like the time and date of the image was taken, the exposure lengths and even a little bit of info about the processing or enhancements. Also it would have been nice to be presented with more basic details, like the time and date of the image was taken, the exposure lengths and even a little bit of info about the processing or enhancements. Want to get your astrophoto featured on Universe Today? Photographer Mike Salway recently took a trip to the western Australia Kimberly Region of the Outback, and has posted some amazing night sky images of his adventures.

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Salwa it would have been nice to be presented with more basic details, like the time and date of the image was taken, the exposure lengths and even a little bit of info about the processing or enhancements.

The Biological Advantage of Being Awestruck. Comment also, that it would had been an excellent new panorama for the freeware planetarium software like Stellarium.

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This picture — and the name of the geologic features — especially caught kike eye. Already knowing your likely European sensibilities, you instead might like to go to New Zealand or even South Africa instead! And they all used to be under the ocean, as I understand it, laid down as layers of silt. Only you can twist a simple comment on astronomy and dark skies into something political and anti-American.

Photographer Mike Salway recently took a trip to the western Australia Kimberly Region of the Outback, mikee has posted some amazing night sky slaway of his adventures. But Mike was able to take a panoramic view of the Milky Way arching over the formations, a symmetrical halo of light in the full sky. Only you can twist a simple comment on astronomy and dark skies into something political and anti-American.

The Bungle Bungles of Purnululu National Park are an salwzy sight in themselves, huge beehive-shaped sandstone formations. And they all used to be under the ocean, as I understand it, laid down as layers of silt.

IMO, UT perhaps be far more careful and selective mi,e what organisations they promote, and instead, just concentrate or promote the astrophoto or image in question. I would like to move to Australia just to have access to the beautiful dark sky. Previous Post Previous Inspiring Video: Er, about 2,Km up the road. He really speaks for much fewer people than he claims on his Ice site.

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But Mike was able to take a panoramic view of the Milky Way arching over the formations, a symmetrical halo of light in the full sky. What Utopian part of Earth are you a resident of? I would not bother. I would not bother. This picture — and the name of the geologic features — especially caught my eye.

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Also it would have been nice to be presented with more basic details, like the time and date of the image was taken, the exposure lengths and even a little bit of info about the processing or enhancements. Oh, what a great shot! Previous Post Previous Inspiring Video: Photographer Mike Salway recently took a trip to the western Australia Kimberly Region of the Outback, and has posted some amazing night sky images of his adventures.

Already knowing your likely European sensibilities, you instead might like to go to New Zealand or even South Africa instead! IMO, UT perhaps be far more careful and selective in what organisations they promote, and instead, just concentrate or promote the astrophoto or image in question. Oh, what a great shot! What Utopian part of Earth are you a resident of?

Want to get your astrophoto featured on Universe Today? The Bungle Bungles of Purnululu National Park are an incredible sight in themselves, huge beehive-shaped sandstone formations.

He really speaks for much fewer people than he claims on his Ice site. Want to get your astrophoto featured on Universe Today? The Biological Advantage of Being Awestruck.

Here the Pointers and the Cross are in a much more realistic configuration. Comment also, that it would had been an excellent new panorama for the freeware planetarium software like Stellarium.

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