Milky Way and the Moon Eclipse with the Nikon D610

My name is Giorgos Karampotakis and I am an amateur photographer from Greece (Facebook | 500px | Flickr). I used Nikon D610 with Samyang 14mm f/2.8 and Nikon 50mm f/1.8G lenses and Star Adventurer star tracker to capture these photos:


1 hour and 47 minutes of an incredible night where you could experience the Milky Way. Two planets together that humans have written so much about in the past century. Who knows, maybe in 7-8 centuries from now, we will see our small blue dot traveling in the interstellar seas.

And the bloody moon – the object of many legends and religious traditions from generation to generation.  What do you prefer? The real truth of the phenomenon or the legends that gallop fantasy?

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