The southern sky in late summer
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The southern sky in late summer

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The southern sky in late summer, in an almost cloudless night, taken from the observation of Eta Carinae, Villa Serrana, Uruguay. Thanks to the collaboration of Prof. Gonzalo Vicino, who let me use the equatorial mount of the observatory. Can also be observed at an angle of the image, a telescope, with which the Eng. Fernando Gomez, were doing astrophotography at the same time.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Uruguay

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A: Cardiocama Panohc Sphere

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, meno di 10 metri di distanza

Cardiocama Panohc Sphere

B: Eta Carinae Observatory at sunset

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, meno di 10 metri di distanza

Eta Carinae Observatory at sunset, panorama taken from the dome of the observatory. You can see the s...

Eta Carinae Observatory at sunset

C: Eta Carinae Observatory at night

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, 30 metri di distanza

EtaCarinae Observatory at night. The day of amateur astronomer, with summer sky, in the southern hemi...

Eta Carinae Observatory at night

D: Eta Carinae Observatory the day of the amateur astronomer

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, 30 metri di distanza

EtaCarinae Observatory at day. The day of amateur astronomer. The observatory was founded in 1997 by ...

Eta Carinae Observatory the day of the amateur astronomer

E: Eta Carinae observatory environment

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, 30 metri di distanza

Eta Carinae The observatory was founded in 1997 by astronomer Gonzalo Vicino on the outskirts of Vill...

Eta Carinae observatory environment

F: The mountains, Villa Serrana, Lavalleja by Around Studio

di Gastón González Massini, 1.7 km di distanza

The mountains, Villa Serrana, Lavalleja by Around Studio

G: Ventorrillo de la Buena Vista, outside, Villa Serrana, Minas, Uruguay

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, 1.8 km di distanza

The Ventorrillo of Buena Vista is an emblematic building of Villa Serrana, in Minas, Uruguay, was bui...

Ventorrillo de la Buena Vista, outside, Villa Serrana, Minas, Uruguay

H: Ventorrillo de la Buena Vista, Inside, Villa Serrana, Minas, Uruguay.

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, 1.8 km di distanza

The Ventorrillo of Buena Vista is an emblematic building of Villa Serrana, in Minas, Uruguay, was bui...

Ventorrillo de la Buena Vista, Inside, Villa Serrana, Minas, Uruguay.

I: Villa Serrana, Lavalleja by Around Studio

di Gastón González Massini, 2.6 km di distanza

Villa Serrana, Lavalleja by Around Studio

J: Night sky over Villa Serrana, Minas, Uruguay. October 2012.

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, 4.7 km di distanza

Night sky over Villa Serrana, October 2012. A clear night in which you can see to the north a small g...

Night sky over Villa Serrana, Minas, Uruguay. October 2012.

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Uruguay, South America

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