Science

From The Canyons To The Stars


Anton Jankovoy’s photo (click for a much bigger view) from the Mardi Khola valley, Nepal. The specs, 30 sec, f/1.6, ISO 2500, are just the beginning of what it takes to get a shot like this. Climbing up to 8000 meters above sea level might have something to do with it, too.

The photographer notes that 1 in 5 people don’t see the Milky Way. Living less than 15 miles from Manhattan, I count myself among those unfortunates. The last time was when we were in Yosemite a few years ago.

Thx to Bad Astronomy.

Tom

Tom McGee has been building web sites since 1995, and blogging here since 2006. Currently a senior developer at Seton Hall University, he’s also a freelance web programmer and musician. Contact him if you have the need for a blog, web site, redesign or custom programming!

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