Astrophotography by Amir H. Abolfath | سایت عکاسی و عکاسی نجومی امیرحسین ابوالفتح

Explanation: Gripped by an astronomical spring fever, many northern hemisphere stargazers embark on a Messier Marathon. Completing the marathon requires viewing all 110 objects in 18th century French astronomer Charles Messier's catalog in one glorious dusk-to-dawn observing run. As daunting as it sounds, there are often favorable weekend dates for completing the task that fall on nearly moonless nights near the March equinox. This colorful, six hour long time exposure of a group dedicated to running this year's Messier marathon includes celestial star trails along with terrestrial lighting trails from about 200 amateur astronomers. It was recorded from the isolated, ancient Bahram Palace in northern Iran's Kavir National Park. (APOD)

This image has been selected as APOD (Astronomy picture of day) on 2008 April 19 Imaging telescope or lens:Canon 15mm Fisheye Imaging camera:Canon EOS 30D Accessory:Manfrotto 055 Tripod Frames: 390x60s ISO:1600 Integration: 6.5 hours

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  • Wednesday 28 July 2021 05:00
    Saeid Amiri: سلام
    می خواستم بپرسم که اجازه دارم از این عکس در یک وبلاگ استفاده کنم با ذکر منبع؟

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