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N 227 B 18.9K C 22 E Apr 9, 2019 F Sep 5, 2019
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Nikon d5500
50mm + Hoya Red Intensifier filter
ISO 5000
f/3.2
16 x 30 seconds
iOptron SkyTracker

This is a 16 shot panorama of the Milky Way rising over Yenyening Lakes about 2 hours east of Perth in Western Australia. The lake was very still this particular night so the stars were nicely reflecting off the surface.

Tags:   Yenyening Lakes salt lake Panorama stitched mosaic MS ICE Milky Way cosmology southern hemisphere cosmos Western Australia DSLR long exposure rural night photography Nikon stars astronomy space galaxy Astrophotography outdoor core Great Rift ancient sky d5500 landscape Nikkor prime Beverley Wheatbelt reflections 50mm iOptron SkyTracker Hoya Red Intensifier Astrometrydotnet:id=nova3607759 Astrometrydotnet:status=solved

N 308 B 23.2K C 39 E Apr 26, 2019 F Jul 22, 2019
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Nikon d5500
35mm
ISO 3200
f/2.5
Sky: 8 x 30s
Foreground: 4 x 15s
iOptron SkyTracker

Taken near the small Wheatbelt town of Boddington about 90 minutes east of Perth in Western Australia. The panorama was shot outside of the fence line of the farm, so no trespassing

Tags:   Milky Way Boddington farm Wheatbelt lone tree tracked iOptron SkyTracker cosmology southern hemisphere cosmos Western Australia DSLR long exposure rural night photography Nikon stars astronomy space galaxy Astrophotography outdoor core Great Rift 35mm d5500 Panorama Stitched mosaic nature landscape MSICE sky Milky Way Astrometrydotnet:id=nova3506275 Astrometrydotnet:status=solved

N 1.3K B 73.4K C 101 E Jun 18, 2023 F Jul 19, 2023
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Nikon d810a
50mm
ISO 8000
f/2.5
Foreground: 12 x 20 seconds
Sky: 51 x 30 seconds
iOptron SkyTracker
Hoya Red Intensifier filter

This is a 63 shot panorama of the Milky Way setting over a lone gum tree on a farm in Cadoux, 2.5 hours north east of Perth in Western Australia.

This is easily the closest lone tree I have ever captured on any panorama, sitting just 15 metres away from me so it looks quite huge in this pano! I believe this is a canola farm but this was taken back in June so the canola is very young here, just sprouting I assume. I will have to come back when they are in full bloom in August or September, well that's if my recently injured back allows me to, it's stubbornly refusing to heal.

As usual with the Milky Way in this orientation, both the Carina Nebula (far left) and North America Nebula (far right) can be seen just above the horizon with the core on its way to setting towards the west. The light pollution is from the nearby Wheatbelt town of Wongan Hills.

Tags:   Milky Way Cadoux Wongan Hills panorama stitched mosaic MS ICE southern hemisphere cosmos Western Australia DSLR long exposure rural night photography Nikon stars astronomy space galaxy Astrophotography outdoor core ancient sky 50mm d810a landscape iOptron SkyTracker Milky Way Hoya Starscape red intensifier lone tree gum Wheatbelt Carina Nebula Rho Ophiuchi North America Nebula farm explore explored

N 242 B 11.3K C 19 E Jun 17, 2023 F Jul 12, 2023
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Nikon d810a
50mm
ISO 8000
f/2.5
Foreground: 5 x 30 seconds
Sky: 8 x 30 seconds
iOptron SkyTracker
Hoya Red Intensifier filter

This is a 13 shot panorama of the Milky Way rising above an abandoned farmhouse near Kondut, 2.5 hours north east of Perth in Western Australia.

Tags:   Milky Way Kondut panorama stitched mosaic MS ICE southern hemisphere cosmos Western Australia DSLR long exposure rural night photography Nikon stars astronomy space galaxy Astrophotography outdoor core ancient sky 50mm d810a landscape iOptron SkyTracker Milky Way Hoya Starscape red intensifier Wheatbelt farmhouse abandoned

N 1.4K B 81.2K C 199 E Jun 17, 2023 F Jun 30, 2023
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Nikon d810a
50mm
ISO 8000
f/2.5
Foreground: 14 x 20 seconds
Sky: 48 x 30 seconds
iOptron SkyTracker
Hoya Red Intensifier filter

This is a 62 shot panorama of the Milky Way rising over the northern end of Lake Ninan, a little over 2 hours north east of Perth in Western Australia.

I wasn't initially planning to visit this location but was persuaded to go by two local astrophotographers who I joined earlier in the night at another spot. Turned out to be a great idea as this is probably the best 'dead tree lake' spot I've see in my area to date.

Prominent in this image are the Large & Small Magellanic Clouds, almost obscured by the light pollution from the Wheatbelt town of Calingiri on the right side. Just above them is the pink coloured Carina Nebula. On the left of course is the Sagittarius region, the brightest part of the core. Connected to that, by the Dark River, is the colourful Rho Ophiuchi Complex.

Tags:   Milky Way lake Ninan panorama stitched mosaic MS ICE southern hemisphere cosmos Western Australia DSLR long exposure rural night photography Nikon stars astronomy space galaxy Astrophotography outdoor core ancient sky 50mm d810a landscape iOptron SkyTracker Milky Way Hoya Starscape red intensifier reflections dead tree Wheatbelt Wongan Hills Carina Nebula Rho Ophiuchi Large Magellanic Cloud small magellanic explore explored


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