Wide Field Astronomy Pictures
[2005 Great Lakes Star Gaze]
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2005 Great Lakes Star Gaze
Norb Vance took the following sky shots at the 2005 Great Lakes Star Gaze with Eastern Michigan University’s
C-14 and his digital camera (a Cannon Digital Rebel). The exposure times were probably about 4 minutes.
by Norb Vance
This shows part of the Milky Way.
The bright red dot in the picture is Mars. Just below and to the left is the Pleiades
(a star cluster sometimes called “the Seven Sisters”).
Another view of the Milky Way.
More photos from the 2005 Great Lakes Star Gaze.
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