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Beginning of the astronomical twilight
A 27 hours'old Crescent
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From Canis Major to Perseus
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From Canis Major to Perseus
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Instrument   30 mm focal length, composite of 10 pictures
Exposure & film   10 s with digital camera Canon 30D + Sigma 30 EX 1:1.4
Date & place   September 12, 2007, Monts d'Arrée (Finistère)
The light of the bright Sirius (the brightest star in the sky) is scattered by the rest of contrails. Above are from bottom the top Orion, facing the Taurus and finally Perseus.

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Drawing Credits: U.S. Naval Observatory and the Space Telescope Science Institute.
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