Ursa Major

21. May 2020

Do You recognize this constellation?


Obviously, many of us think You can see the Big Dipper. Sure, You’re right, but it’s not a constellation. The Big Dipper is just asterism (like others) which helps us to orientate in the night sky. It’s a part of the Ursa Major (Great Bear) constellation surrounded with airglow on the photo. And it’s even a circumpolar constellation (doesn’t set during whole Year from Northern hemisphere).



Camera: Canon 6D mod
Lens: Sigma Art 28mm
Mount: Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer

Location: Runina, Slovakia

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