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SpaceX's Starlink satellite fleet photobombs rare sightings of Neowise comet by astronomers
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SpaceX's Starlink satellite fleet photobombs rare sightings of Neowise comet by astronomers

Musk said the satellites had been fitted with VisorSat that acts as a set of shades that keep the sun from reflecting off the satellites.

NASA's image of the day is a reflection of stars, planets and galaxies in the world's largest natural mirror
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NASA's image of the day is a reflection of stars, planets and galaxies in the world's largest natural mirror

The salt pan goes on for 10,582 square kilometres and was first part of a large prehistoric lake.

Google Camera 7.2 mod brings Pixel 4's Astrophotography mode to older Pixel phones
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Google Camera 7.2 mod brings Pixel 4's Astrophotography mode to older Pixel phones

A modification of Google Camera 7.2 has brought Super Res Zoom and Astrophotography mode to older Pixel phones.

Pixel 4's camera leak reveals a new 'Frequent Faces' feature on the upcoming smartphone
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Pixel 4's camera leak reveals a new 'Frequent Faces' feature on the upcoming smartphone

It was found out that this feature will focus more on faces of people you frequently take pictures of.

NASA's Spitzer telescope celebrates its sweet 16 with 10 splendid stellar images
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NASA's Spitzer telescope celebrates its sweet 16 with 10 splendid stellar images

The space telescope was first launched on 25 August 2003 captures images in Infrared.

Astrophotography Guide Part 2: Choosing between different astrophotography techniques, equipment
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Astrophotography Guide Part 2: Choosing between different astrophotography techniques, equipment

You've been bitten by the astrophotography bug and here we tell you what you should buy.

Perfect spiral: Hubble telescope captures stunning core of a barred spiral galaxy
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Perfect spiral: Hubble telescope captures stunning core of a barred spiral galaxy

The spiral galaxy is roughly the size of our own, with a bar-like central region stretching from its core,

Man clicks stunning picture of Saturn 'touching' the moon using a Samsung Galaxy S8
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Man clicks stunning picture of Saturn 'touching' the moon using a Samsung Galaxy S8

As Saturn edged toward the moon, Petersen recorded it in 60-frame-per-second video.

Moon's colourful mineral map revealed with 1,50,000 photographs of the Supermoon
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Moon's colourful mineral map revealed with 1,50,000 photographs of the Supermoon

This image shows how the Moon might appear if our eyes & brain were way more sensitive to color.

Here are two niche categories of cinematography that can set you apart
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Here are two niche categories of cinematography that can set you apart

We continue our small deviation from the usual still photography articles and concentrate on some unconventional forms of photography.

Astrophotography 101 Part 3: A Basic Guide to dSLR Wide Field Shooting
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Astrophotography 101 Part 3: A Basic Guide to dSLR Wide Field Shooting

Depending on the area you live in, you may need to venture out to a dark site if there is too much light pollution in your area.

Astrophotography 101: Getting Started With Wide Field Astrophotography
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Astrophotography 101: Getting Started With Wide Field Astrophotography

In this article, we’ll show you the kind of equipment you need for wide-field, along with what objects you can capture.

Aiming for the stars: An introduction to Astrophotography
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Aiming for the stars: An introduction to Astrophotography

So what *is* astrophotography? Simply put, it’s taking pictures of the night sky. Even in such a niche category, the photography possibilities are endless.