Pointing to the core: the Milky Way in southern Sardinia, Italy.

“Pointing to the core”. First photograph of the Milky Way of the summer 2020, taken in the south of Sardinia on a particularly clear and serene night. The island is one of the places in Italy with the least amount light pollution, making particularly easy to catch the faint light emitted by the Milky Way.
In this shot the planet Jupiter shines bright on the left of the Milky Way’s core and its light is reflected on the surface of the sea.

Camera: Pentax K-3
Lens: Samyang 16mm f/2 ED AS UMC CS
Focal lenght: 16mm
Shutter time: 13 s
Aperture: F/2
Sensitivity: ISO1250


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