The Antares Region

© 2015 Klaus Brasch

Here is a somewhat unusual image of the central Milky Way I took last week under very clear skies. It includes M17, IC 4701 and M24. This is a stack of 2 x 3 minute exposures with the TMB-92 apo and IDAS LPSv4 filter, all shot at ISO 3200 with the Canon 6D. Incredibly dense star fields, h-alpha emission objects and dark dust lanes all in a single field of view.

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