Milky Way in Cygnus to Aquila

Date & Time: Aug 2 2003, 22:47 JST(+0900), 19min. Exp.
Optical: SMC TAKUMAR f=55mm F3.5, Aperture: F4.0
Auto-guided with Kenko SKYMEMO Equatorial
Camera: PENTAX 67
Film: Ektachrome E100S (+2EV pushed)
Location: Koumi town, Nagano pref.

 This panorama shows you the Milky Way crossing Great Triangle in summer, formed by three bright stars of Deneb in Cygnus, Vega in Lyra, and Altair in Aquila.
The Milky Way looks like divided in two branches at Cygnus, and flowing down toward southern lower skies.

Aquila to Sagittarius

Cygnus to Sagittarius

Copyright(c) 2003 by Naoyuki Kurita, All rights reserved.
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