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Elias Jordan is the author of this nice picture taken on 2009-05-24. A widefield view of our galaxy against the an astronomical observatory dome. Sagittarius and Scorpius are both clearly visible. Several nebulae, open clusters and even globular clusters like M4 near Antares are present in the field.

To get this fantastic image, Elias used a Canon EOS 50D DSLR camera at f/3.5 for 30 seconds at ISO-800 and a 18mm lens.

2015-10-18 16:36:27       
Hiya,Peace for the connect. I'm stuck in the Big Smoke, and just fiehnisd my Project a week ago. I got a full time Job in Central London, and ain't the most confident person, but I'm gonna give it a shot anyways Basically I'm gonna be (attempting to be) selling it in my Lunch Breaks. If I can make one or two sales a Day, it's something. But just working in Central London, all I can say is, damn, the people Just gotta now wait a Week or so to receive my final product, then time to really hit the grind myself Still gotta see if I can sort out other distribution arenas But in the meantime, I'm happy starting with Hand to Hand Guerrilla Warfare Peace
2011-08-20 02:20:42       
Well macaadima nuts, how about that.
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