Tamás Ábrahám
Image taken:
Oct. 8, 2010
Location:
Zsámbék, Hungary
Details:
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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