A Galactic Glutton

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Deep inside our Galaxy, at its core, about 25000 light years from us, a gigantic glutton resides, destroying anything that comes too close to it. Many daring stars orbit it, some so closely that it takes only a few years to circle the black hole, Sagittarius A*. This exact part of the sky is however hidden in the visible spectrum by many dark nebulae spanning the Milky Way, called together the Great Rift.

20th July 2017, Canon 6D unmod, Sigma 24-70mm, 272s total exposure time from tripod, ISO8000, f2.8, Data: imaged by me

Author: Matúš Motlo

I'm an amateur astronomer from AKJB.

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