Steed s Star Sky

  • "Thousands of trees blossom in the east wind at night, and the stars fall like rain." Last year's Gemini meteor shower coincided with Comet 46P. Beneath the Pleiades cluster in Taurus, this comet is glowing with a faint green light. The Winter Triangle of Sirius, Nanhe and Betelgeuse is clearly visible, and Orion, the most famous constellation in the winter night sky, shines brightly. The moon set to the West and the meteor shower came to a good place, showing magnificently in the sky.

    Photographer: @Dazhang Zhang, Beijing, December 14, 2018 at Miyun Reservoir, Beijing. Canon 5D3 + 16-35, focal length 16mm, ISO 3200, f/2.8, single exposure 15 seconds, bottom Figure 15 superimposed noise reduction, meteor 60 alignment points synthesis.

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