Dark skies of North Korea

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Dark skies of North Korea

Postby galileo » Thu Sep 28, 2017 8:45 pm

I'm off to North Korea, there is virtually no light pollution as they leave everyone in the dark at night to save money for bombs.
You might get the odd intercontinental ballistic missile going through your image but sigma clip will sort that out :lol:

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Re: Dark skies of North Korea

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Re: Dark skies of North Korea

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