Perseus over the Windows Region of Arches National Park
The winter Milky Way is not as bright as the summer Milky Way, yet brims with stars extending from Perseus on the left to
Cassiopeia on the right.  Between the two, the Double Cluster of Persues shines as the small grouping of stars.  This photo was
taken in Arches National Park near the Windows trail.  The green glow is light pollution from the town of Moab, Utah, to the west
of the park.

This image combined four 1-minute exposures on a tracking mount, overlayed with a single 1-minute exposure with the tracking
mount off.  I used a Canon 60Da camera with a 28 mm lens.
Music:   - Thick as a Brick
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