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London designer Marcin Rusak has cut this set of resin works into unusual shapes that are intended as "hybrids of domestic furniture". Read more
Photographers Ian Norman and Diana Southern of Lonely Speck made this helpful video that will teach you the things you need to know to shoot the Milky Way in less than 5 minutes.The topics blazed through in the tutorial include gear, planning, camera settings, and focusing.While the video won’t instantly make you an expert in astrophotography, it’ll help point you in the right directi
An incredibly detailed survey of the Milky Way’s core has shed light on our galaxy’s legacy of star birth. According to the authors of a study, their results disagree with the previously held belief that stars formed in at a continual pace.
Breaking the rules and thinking outside the box is something a photographer should always try. You start your journey with photography capturing everything interesting you see, jumping from one genre to the other until you find your favorite style.I’ve passionate about astronomy since I was a child, and astrophotography was for me a perfect match. It combined my love for astronomy and my lo
Photographer Aryeh Nirenberg has shared an incredible timelapse from a trip to Northeast Colorado that shows the Earth’s axial rotation in relation to the location of the Milky Way Galaxy in the night sky.The timelapse, which was captured nearly two years ago, but only now uploaded to YouTube, was captured with an astro-modified Sony a7S II with a Canon 24-70 F2.8 lens attached via an adapter. Ap
Photographer Aryeh Nirenberg made this 55-second time-lapse video that visualizes Earth’s rotation by fixing the Milky Way as the point of reference and having the landscape spin instead.Nirenberg shot the photos a couple of years ago over a span of a few hours using a Sony a7S II and a Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 on an equatorial tracking mount. He shot 1,100 separate 10-second exposures (at f/2.8
the galaxy is not a flat disc as detailed in academic texts but in fact has a 'warped and twisted' shape. The post a new 3D map of the milky way shows warped shape of our galaxy appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Our home galaxy is right on the border of a void so vast it's hard to picture. To get a better idea of its shape and size, a team of astronomers has mapped out the edges of this extragalactic emptiness, and calculated just how much gravitational influence it has on the Milky Way... Continue Reading Map of nothing: Astronomers size up the vast void next door to the Milky Way Category: Spa
My Huawei P30 Pro arrived at 4:30 pm on April 6th, and I knew the night sky in Mersing would be amazing for me to try out this low-light beast. I had read a lot of good reviews on P30 Pro, but I was still skeptical, so I booked a room at my regular resort on the same day and drove 3 hours to get there.I arrived at midnight and waited patiently for 2.5 hours before I whipped out my P30 Pro and too
A couple of weeks ago I was blessed with a sight that truly left me in a state of awe. Shortly after leveling off onboard United 534 from Honolulu to Los Angeles, I tried my luck with some astrophotography over the crisp Pacific Ocean skies. Having had some experience with these types of images in the past, I frantically began setting up. I mounted onto my window a LensSkirt lens hood (basically is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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