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But these types of bodies aren't the smallest relics of the solar system visible from here on Earth. A rare and hard to spot phenomenon called the Zodiacal Light, made from tiny solar system dust particles, can only be sighted under the best conditions. And a good time to view it is coming up soon.
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For those astophotographers...Thought this might be of interest to you, i know that the high elevation of flagstaff arizona me going into the desert north of my house will be pretty epic(might just go to the mountain )
 

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Ooo youre lucky, I live in a forest surrounded by Light polution lol

Reminds me of when I was young at my Grandfathers place in New Mexico, ther was a rock Fox den at the top of the mountin he lived on and man o man was the night sky something!

I spent a summer there and every night star gazing with his telescope

Unfortunately I doubt I will be able to see this where I am, here you can BARELY with the Naken eye see the Pleiades, looks like a Smudge on your own eyeball lol
 

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Ooooo! just in time to try out my new lens!
what lens and body?
My cameras are shipped out to be cleaned and fixed (5d2 shutter button is not working right)
 

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Silly question: can you shoot the stars at night with your DSLR?
Yes. Need a clear night sky though with little to no light pollution.
 

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With gamma you can in sense shoot it..but negative we are unable to shoot stars with red matter
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