AMAZING NIGHT TIME PHOTOS Milky Way Photos taken by patrick wynne

What is the Milky Way galaxy made up of?

The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy which formed about 14 billion years ago, and looks like a large pinwheel rotating in space. Dust, gas and stars fan out from the center of the Milky Way in long spiraling arms. Our galaxy is made of clouds of dust and gas called nebula, stars, comets, meteors, asteroids, and planets.

The Milky Way Is The Most Beautiful And Colourful Stars In The Universe

Took This In The Flinders Rangers 2015,I Have Never Seen So C;lear In The Night

I love getting up in the early hours of the morning to take photos of the milky way, you do see more details in the sky than early in the evening.

This Photo Taken In My Backyard at 11pm In The Adelaide Hills

How many planets are there in our galaxy?

On November 4, 2013, astronomers reported, based on Kepler space mission data, that there could be as many as 40 billion Earth-sized planets orbiting in the habitable zones of Sun-like stars and red dwarfs within the Milky Way.

Took This At The Flinders Rangers 2015.

The Best Time To Look At The Milky Way Is From March Until October Every Year.

Took This At The Flinders Rangers 2015

How to see the Milky Way Galaxy from Earth at night with the naked eye?

The Milky Way Galaxy is one of the most interesting naked eye sights in the night sky. The name comes from its appearance as a dim glowing milky band arching across the night sky. The term Milky Way is a translation from Latin via lactea and Greek milky circle as seen from inside. However, it’s not bright, and it’s not always well placed to be seen. So to see the Milky Way Galaxy Earth, you will have to meet the following minimum requirements:

‐ Finding a dark clear night sky with no moonlight are the key words here for a best view of the Milky Way in the grand design (you can get an app that will show you the Moon Phases Calendar);

‐ No city lights, no headlights, basically as far as you can from any source of light pollution. You will need to travel far from any city, to a wild area or rural countryside. The best viewing site would be from the middle of the ocean either northern hemisphere or southern hemisphere being so far away from the artificial city lights.

‐ No telescopes, no binoculars, (just eyeglasses if you’re near sighted) and at least one eyeball. TIP: Using binoculars can increase the view experience being able to see other galaxies as Andromeda Galaxy (M31), nebulae and event comets.

Took This At Clare, South Australia.

To Get A Good Photos Of The milky Way, you need:

1. DSLR Camera

2. Good Steady Tripod

3 Find a very Good Dark Place,(No Street Lights,No HeadLight)

4. Good Clear Night,No clouds.

How To Set Your Camera Setting. Set Your Shutter Speed at 25-30 seconds...ISO At 2000-3000.....Good Wide Lens from 10-16mm around 1.2-2.8f. Turned Off The Auto focus and IS.

I Hope You Have a Go and get Good Milky Way Photos. GOOD LUCK!!!!

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pat winnie

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