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Made this a few nights ago
Bright Nights are a rare phenomenon where the night sky is just as bright as the day. Because of artificial lights like street lamps, we don’t notice them anymore, but before said technology a bright night could’ve occurred once a year
This is an ultra-high 60Mpx resolution picture of the Moon I’ve made after taking more than 85,000 snapshots from two nights of observation on my balcony (zoom in!)
Our closest galactic neighbor Andromeda is bigger than the moon in the night sky, but can only be seen in dark skies. Although it’s 2.7 million light years away, one day it will merge with our own Milky Way galaxy. I took these photos the last few nights to show its scale and detail.