More imaging under Namibia's pristine skies
The Southern Hemisphere is filled with countless spectacular deep-sky objects to photograph.
April 23, 2012
Photo by Tal Faibish
In the June issue, astrophotographer Harel Boren took readers along on his southern sky adventure in “Six nights under Namibia’s dark skies.” He and two friends, Tal Faibish and Kfir Simon, spent nearly a week imaging at the Tivoli Southern Sky Guest Farm, located at the edge of the Kalahari Desert. So many hours dedicated to capturing photons meant dozens of images, all of which we couldn’t fit within the pages of Astronomy. So here are a few more spectacular photographs from the imaging trio.
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