Tamás Ábrahám
Image taken:
Oct. 8, 2010
Zsámbék, Hungary
Last night the sky was very clear, the humidity was bearable. The double cluster, the M31 could be seen by naked eyes, the Milky Way was beautiful. So I decided to take images about the double cluster and the comet Hartley. The first image was taken with an 8 inch (F/5) newtonian reflector and Canon EOS 400D at ISO 800 and 40x1 minutes exposure time. The details of the second image: Pentacon 4/200 telephoto lens at F/5.6, ISO 800 and 59x1 minutes exposure time.
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