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This is a 9 image panorama covering 180 degrees of sky view from North (left) to South (right) while looking East. Featuring the Spring arc of our Milky Way galaxy, this was photographed at Unity Pond, Maine along the unused train tracks. There is a bit of green airglow in the sky and the orange hue on the horizon is light pollution.
The familiar green and pink hues of the Aurora Borealis light up the background of this image which also features the North end of the Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxy. Photographed at a friend's farmhouse in central Maine.
An incredible amount of green and a bit of maroon colored airglow are prominent in this 16 image night sky panorama featuring the full Milky Way arc which covers 240 degrees of view from North (left) to South (right) and is centered around one of the iconic gnarly trees that clings to the top of the canyon wall at Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah. The bright light on the horizon to the left of the tree is light pollution coming from the town of Moab. This image was processed through Lightroom and Photoshop CC.
Noctambulism is another word for sleepwalking.