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Center of the Milky Way; M6, M7
 

M6 (the smaller one) and M7 are quite well seen in roughly the center of our Milky Way as seen from Earth. Near M6 is a small meteor I didn't see until the image was processed...neat! This image is also less-than-perfect in focus and in composure, and I believe it was taken with my 70-210 lens at 210mm, but I list it as a 70mm shot. Just a little too tight to be a 70mm, I'm certain. Anyway, another one that gives me more desire to try harder.

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Saturday, May 30 2009 @ 03:33 am EDT
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