Part of Cygnus is low on the right. The reddish spot there is the North America Nebula. Cassiopeia is high on the left, and the bright cluster still to the left is Misam, the Double Cluster in Perseus. Andromeda Galaxy is much lower, clearly below the Milky Way.




Milky Way from Cygnus to Cassiopeia

2005 Sep 02, Asikkala

Canon 300D

Zenitar 16 mm lens, f/4

5 x 240 s at ISO1600

Processed with Iris.

Image width is about 63°.

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