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You can see the entire Milky Way at once in this panorama painstakingly stitched together by French photographers.
Working in the dark, dry highlands of Chile with a Nikon D3 digital camera (50 mm lens open at f5.6), Serge Brunier and Frédéric Tapissier patched together 1,200 photos of the night sky into the composite that you see
Anyone who happens to land on this thread and doesn't go to the link or play the embedded feature for the full effect is doing themselves a disservice.
Originally posted by warrenb
Space is so big!