Miguel Claro Astrophotography (@miguel_claro)

Sep 2019

A vertical panorama of single frames features the core of our home galaxy, the Milky Way, full of bright emission nebulae visible in red/violet hues. Located high in the sky at this time of the year in the Southern Hemisphere, was framed above my hotel´s “hut” with a lovely view to an incredible starry sky, between the branches of some trees from a small village in Atacama Desert, called San Pedro de Atacama, in Chile. For those like me that are based in the Northern Hemisphere, a sky like that seems to be inverted, although, the bright light of Jupiter in the top center, helped to recognize the Dark River, dark absorption nebulas that extends from the central band of Milky Way, connecting the Pipe Nebula to the colourful region near bright star Antares, Rho Ophiuchi. * To see the entire panorama visit the IG story of today! #desiertodeatacama @visitchile #milkywaychasers #milkyway #milkywaygalaxy #astrophoto #astrophotography #astronomy #nightsky #night #natgeo #nature @twanight #natgeospace #universe #space #youresa #universetoday @spacedotcom #nightscape #thebest_capture #discoverearth @natgeocreative @natgeotravel #ig_captures #ig_shotz #wonderfulplaces #masterpiece #nightphotography_exclusive #nightphotography #ig_masterpiece #fantastic_universe #earthfocus

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