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Circus 1 year ago
#8 The eye of God
       
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Faster 1 year ago
No Circus. It's not the eye of God.
       
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Mushroom 1 year ago
It is all entirely fake. All of it.
       
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Weird 1 year ago
Can some1 explain how does the long exposure thing works when rotating and you have the sun/moon?
       
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Limited 1 year ago
Mushroom

Retard alert.
       
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Limited 1 year ago
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Mushroom is likely being facetious.
       
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Compilation 1 year ago
I was wondering exactly the same thing "Weird".!HOWWW.!!!Is it possible for millions and trillions of stars and galaxies, to stay still?
       
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Devoted 1 year ago
Reply to several: you have your telescope/camera on a polar mount, that is parallel to the rotation axis of the earth. Then a clockwork/motor drive that rotates the mount once every 24 hours. That way, you always point your telescoe in the same direction. This takes a high degree of precision.

You open the camera for a long-time exposure at nights, and shuts it before sun/moonrise. This way, you can accumulate exposure hours.

In short, friends: science.
       
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