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Hi there from Kev

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Superb!

just the right amount of “milk” and damned good luck on the comet. Did you check the timing of the space station or you excluded that by position in the sky?

......that is a most astonishing celestial start!

Glad you found the coordinates to land at OPF!

Asher
 

Nicolas Claris

Administrator/Moderator
May I propose this version of the shot? 5sorry Kevin, that's a bad habit of mine… I'll delete it if you ask :)

2019-07-17- Milky Way J.jpg
 

Nicolas Claris

Administrator/Moderator
Nicolas,

That “milk” you remove from Kevin’s picture might be actually trillions of tons of interstellar gaseous mass forming new stars of the Galaxy!

I am not an astrophysicist but I imagine that one has to be cautious in clarifying the cloudy appearance!

Asher
But I did not removed it at all! On the contrary, one can see even with some colors now and the sky is not anymore over blued.
Maybe you were (once again pffffff) looking on your iphone…
 
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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
But I did not removed it at all! On the contrary, one can see even with some colors now and the sky is not anymore over blued.
Maybe you were (once again pffffff) looking on your iphone…
This time on my calibrated large EIZO monitor, mon Cher ami Français Nicolas!

An interplanetary warrant has been issued for your wanton erasure of trillions of tons of interstellar mass!

Asher
 
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