Constellation LyraPosted by Wesley on
In testing the long exposure capabilities of my Canon SX50 HS, I was able to capture the constellation Lyra in its near entirety by accident. Due to cloudy weather and bad light pollution, only the brightest star, Vega was visible to the naked eye. I intended to take a picture of this, but the 1-second exposure revealed the other stars in the constellation as well. I've labeled them in the photo. You can also take a look at the full resolution photo HERE.
Settings: 165mm(6.875x) - ISO 1600 - 1s
Time: 2013-08-07 00:17:01
Defined tags for this entry: astronomy, Canon SX50 HS, constellation, Lyra, star