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Altiplano Nightscape

From altitude of 4500m on the Chilean Altiplano the Milky Way appears with Magellanic Clouds and green airglow.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Highest, Tallest, and Closest to the Stars

Mount Everest in Nepal, Mauna Kea observatory on Hawaii, and the Chimborazo volcano in Ecuador.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Sky at Five Thousands Meters

From an altitude of over 5,000 meters, the night sky view from Chajnantor Plateau in the Chilean Andes is breathtaking in more ways than one.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Galaxies, Comets, and Telescopes

In this starry image from the Atacama Desert in Chile, the southern Milky Way appears on the left and two bright comets are on the right in twilight.
by:
Stephane Guisard




When Gemini Sends Stars to Paranal

From a radiant point in the constellation of the Twins, the annual Geminid meteor shower rained down on planet Earth.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Forest Milky Way

Milky Way above a forest of high old trees on San Pedro Mártir mountain range in the Baja California peninsula, northwestern Mexico.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Starry Night of San Pedro Martir

Our galactic home, the Milky Way, is photographed above Sierra de San Pedro Martir, a mountain range in the Baja California peninsula, Mexico.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Mexico National Observatory

The arc of the Milky Way above San Pedro Mártir observatory in Mexico.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Milky Way over Mexico

The arc of the Milky Way is photographed above Sierra de San Pedro Mártir, a mountain range in the Baja California peninsula, Mexico.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Lovejoy and Galaxies

Comet Lovejoy (C/2011 W3) is photographed in the morning sky above Andes, near Santiago de Chile.
by:
Stephane Guisard




The View from Chajnantor

From an altitude of over 5,000 meters, the night sky view from Chajnantor Plateau in the Chilean Andes is breathtaking.
by:
Stephane Guisard




The Tail of Lovejoy

The stunning tail of Comet Lovejoy (C/2011 W3) is photographed in the morning sky above Andes, near Santiago de Chile.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Two Hemispheres in Virtual Reality

Let this unique animation loads and you will find your self in a starry night of Canary Islands attached to a similar starry view from Chile.
by:
Tunc Tezel & Stephane Guisard




A Tale of Two Hemispheres

These two images are unique efforts by two TWAN photographers to display an ideal naturally dark skies from both hemispheres.
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Tunc Tezel & Stephane Guisard




Darkest Sky in Two Hemispheres

These two images are unique efforts by two TWAN photographers to display an ideal naturally dark skies from both hemispheres.
by:
Tunc Tezel & Stephane Guisard




Lake Atitlan at Night

A starry night of Lake Atitlán, "Lago de Atitlán" located in the highlands of Guatemala.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Stars of Maya

The Milky Way and bright stars of Orion, Canis Major, Canis Minor, and Gemini shine above a tomb of a Mayan king in Tikal, Guatemala.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Starry Night of Guatemala

Constellation Orion and Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky, shine along the Milky Way in this moonlit night of Tikal, Guatemala.
by:
Stephane Guisard




Back to the History

Our galactic dwarf neighbor, the Large Magellanic Cloud, stands above Easter Island. The galaxy is some 160,000 light years away.
by:
Stephane Guisard




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