Starry sky time-exposure

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DanicaFlyte

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I was watching the skies for the Aurora Borealis for this second night, as the solar flare was supposed to provide increased chance of seeing the Northern Lights. Unfortunately, I never saw the Aurora in northern Wisconsin, if it happened, but I did take a lengthy Photosynth of the starry sky as the moon began to rise on the horizon. The 15-second time exposure I used, lit up the pitch-black field in front of me, so it almost appears to be daylight! I wondered if the Photosynth program could match up the stars in the sky, and I see that it did not. I'll have to edit each photo to intensify the stars so the program can "see them." (This is Round 1 of starry-night)
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Date Created 8/5/2010
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