|Object||Star Trails over The Homer Spit|
In this shot of the Homer Spit at night, you can see the trails left by the stars.
In the lower left, the two shorter, brighter streaks are Irridium satelite flares, caused by sun reflecting off the solar panels of these communication satelites as they tumble in space.
|Scope||Canon 18-50 camera lens at 18mm and f7.1|
|Exposure Info||1hour exposure time (12x5min)|
|Date||March 22, 2007|
|Copyright||Photo copyright Thomas Kerns, Beluga Lake Observatory|