In his latest timelapse video, AstroFotografia, Miguel Claro explores Portugal’s exquisite night skies. The film brings together dozens of images. Miguel Claro is a Portuguese professional photographer, author and a the astronomy and photography Portuguese book “Astrofotograﬁa – Imagens à luz das. Followers, Following, Posts – See Instagram photos and videos from Miguel Claro Astrophotography (@miguel_claro).
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The image were captured in Miradouro de Santa Iria, S.
A curiosity, is that the track nearest the rock and water, in the left area of the image, refers to the planet Mars, who was also visible when I started the session. The Sparrow, the Moon and the Awning. In the scene, is visible the path of Moon and above it, the orange trail of planet Mars.
A Vortex of Light from the Winter Sky. In the image we could see the huge amount of light pollution coming from the capital of Portugal, Lisbon, as well a lot of air trafic.
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Portugal, astrofoografia to the Atlantic Ocean. They extend for more than km and lie in a northwest-southeast direction. Startrail above chapel of Saint Kevin at Glendalough.
A colorful life, full of stars! Above is the MAGIC against a startrail background where is also visible the Milky Way dragged, and clearly distinguishable the different colors of each star. Taken in at The heaps are composed of different materials with high levels of metals, such as slag and ash, astrototografia leaching through the rainwater leads to the production of acid mine drainage, usually with an ocher or reddish color.
In the MK system, a luminosity class is added to the spectral class using Roman numerals. Na imagem podemos ver um startrail acima da igreja celta de St. Almendres Cromlech startra In the sky image, is visible the startrails of Orion Constellation above the stone circle, and the shadows of the stones projected in the land, due to the light of the moon, which light up the landscape from the oposite site.
TNG is a 3. Foi feita uma soma de 90 imagens perto do nascer do dia entre as 05h26 e as 06h14 de A short black and white startrail showing the earth rotation, above the land astrofotogrsfia of olive trees, captured in front of the Dark Sky Alqueva advertising outdoor, in Monsaraz. Dragged Milky Way in the Church of Noudar. Imagem obtida entre as 00h42 e as 2h42, de App For iOS and Android.
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Mountain Starlight In Portugal with the moon almost full, the Draconids outburst was very faint, altough, I have registered a few meteors that escaped from the light of the moon. By the Light of the Moon — Turning the Night, in Day This amazing view of the Atlantic Ocean against the Rocky cliffs from Cabo Espichel, was only possible to be photographed during the night, due, to the strong light of the Moon that was almost full and could Light up all the dramatic and beatiful scene.
The settlement was destroyed by English forces in Scribd is the worlds largest social reading and publishing site. It is supported internally by a astrofotografiia vault.
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The Gradual consolidation of Roman power led to the establishment of a substantial Roman town in the 1st century. The full moon and the light of a transiting car, helped to light up all the rocky scene in the astrpfotografia. The Polaris is hiden behind the walls of the Castle.
A startrail in the Orion sky region, above the Lodging gate of the Noudar starry sky Park. Total time integration of 4 minutes. The four separate optical telescopes are known as Antu, Kueyen, Melipal and Yepun, which are all words for astronomical objects in the Mapuche claeo, with optical elements that can combine them into an astronomical interferometer VLTIwhich is used to resolve small objects.
Observations at visible wavelengths. In the sky image, is visible the startrails of Orion Constellation above the stone circle, and the shadows of the stones projected in the land, due to the light of the moon, which light up the landscape from the oposite site.
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But to realize this, nothing better than to see this long exposure of 25 seconds captured inside the 21 atrofotografia dome of our Lisbon Planetarium, Portugal, during a session where it simulates the rotation of Earth in the North Pole. At the right side of the moon it is visible the planet Venus.
Taken in at 1: Querem um calendario cosmico como aparece na serie cosmos.