The two puffy clouds to the right of the Milky Way are the Large Magellanic Cloud and its neighbour and relative, the Small Magellanic Cloud. They are conspicuous objects in the southern hemisphere, looking like separated pieces of the Milky Way to the naked eye. Roughly 21° apart in the night sky, the true distance between them is roughly 75,000 light-years.
ARTIST: Udo Kieslich
LOCATION: Kagga Kamma | Cederberg | South Africa
EQUIPMENT: Nikon D850 | Sigma 14mm f1.8
SKY EXPOSURE: f2.8 | 10″ | 6400 ISO
FOREGROUND EXPOSURE: f11 | 242″ | 64 ISO
Please note that the canvas option is not available for night sky photographs with pin-point stars, as this substrate does not render sufficient fine detail to do justice to the photograph.
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