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All Sky Panorama 22ºS, 


            Gabriel R. Santos...

All Sky Panorama 22ºS

Technical card

Resolution: 2500x2021

Dates:May 3, 2014

Frames: 15x30"

Integration: 0.1 hours

Avg. Moon age: 4.11 days

Avg. Moon phase: 17.96% job: 304372


(Almost) All sky Panorama from a location 22ºS. The Milky Way Centre was Rising due East, while Crux set in the Southwest. Beautiful night that was, from a beautiful location. Taken from a Fixed Tripod. Thanks for seeing.

Camera and Lens: Unmodded T4i; Canon 18-55 @ 18mm, at f/3.5 and ISO 3200.
Exposure Detail: Each Frame 30s, total were 15 frames, with PS Elements' Photomerge

Panorama do Céu Inteiro (quase) de 22 ºS. O centro da Via Láctea nascendo ao Leste, enquanto o Cruzeiro do Sul se punha no Sudoeste. Linda noite aquela, de um lindo local. Feita em tripé fixo. Obrigado por ver.

Câmera e Lente: T4i não-modificada; Canon 18-55 @ 18mm, f/3.5 e ISO 3200.
Exposição: Cada frmae 30s, total 15 frames, com PS Elements' Photomerge

*****I would like the help of more advanced astronomers to see if that dim light, marked on the revision B is the Gengeschein, the date and time are marked. According to my assumptions it is. Any further information would be welcome. Thank you. *****



Gabriel R. Santos...
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    All Sky Panorama 22ºS, 


            Gabriel R. Santos...
  • All Sky Panorama 22ºS, 


            Gabriel R. Santos...


All Sky Panorama 22ºS, 


            Gabriel R. Santos...