Vega & Altair on Mt. Fuji

Date & Time: Jul 15 2001, 26:51 JST(+0900), 10min. Exp.
Optical: MD Rokkor f=35mm F2.8, Aperture: F4.0
Auto-guided with TAKAHASHI EM-200 Equatorial
Film: Ektachrome E200 (+1EV pushed)
Location: Subashiri halfway up Mt. Fuji

A triangle dark shadow in lower part is Mt. Fuji. And the summer's Milky Way is flowing in higher sky. The two bright stars of Vega, alpha Lyrae, and Altair, alpha Aquilae are glittering in both sides of Milky Way. These summer stars sink in west sky being parallel with horizon each other.

Scorpius & Milky Way sinking to morning mist

Scorpius & Milky Way in Summer

Copyright(c) 2001 by Naoyuki Kurita, All rights reserved.
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