Antarctic Photo Archive CD 3

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Polar Night

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ConcordiaDarkBlue - Dark blue sky above Concordia.

Dark blue sky above Concordia.
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ConcordiaDarkNight5 - Night above Concordia station.

Night above Concordia station.
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ConcordiaDarkNight6 - Night above Concordia station.

Night above Concordia station.
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ConcordiaDarkNight7 - Night above Concordia station.

Night above Concordia station.
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ConcordiaDarkNight8 - Night above Concordia station.

Night above Concordia station.
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ConcordiaLitUp - Concordia station all lit up at night.

Concordia station all lit up at night.
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ConcordiaLowLight1 - Concordia in low light.

Concordia in low light.
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ConcordiaLowLight4 - Concordia in low light conditions.

Concordia in low light conditions.
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ConcordiaLowLight5 - Concordia at dusk.

Concordia at dusk.
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ConcordiaMoonlight - Concordia in the moonlight.

Concordia in the moonlight.
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ConcordiaMoonlight3 - Concordia station all lit up during the polar night.

Concordia station all lit up during the polar night.
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ConcordiaStarRotation3 - Stars rotating above Concordia during this long exposure.

Stars rotating above Concordia during this long exposure.
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ConcordiaStarRotation4 - Stars rotating above Concordia during this long exposure.
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Stars rotating above Concordia during this long exposure.
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GlacioShelterDark2 - Stars above the glaciology shelter during the polar night.

Stars above the glaciology shelter during the polar night.
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GlacioShelterDark3 - Milky Way above the glaciology shelter.

Milky Way above the glaciology shelter.
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GlacioShelterDark4 - The Milky Way above the glaciology shelter. The incredible stability of the atmosphere, low humidity, stable weather and absence of parasite light makes Dome C the best astronomical observatory on Earth.

The Milky Way above the glaciology shelter. The incredible stability of the atmosphere, low humidity, stable weather and absence of parasite light makes Dome C the best astronomical observatory on Earth.
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MilkyWayFV_ - The Milky Way seen over the 180° horizon of the Dome C sky. The camera equipped with an 8mm fisheye lens was fixed to a telescope to allow for a few minutes of exposure. The telescope is visible on the upper left of the image and the band next to it is a faint aurora. The two white blurs are the Magellanic clouds. The dark area on the Milky way is called the Coal Sack and is a typical southern hemisphere feature, quite visible to the naked eye. The reddish lower part is light from the sun, still way bellow the horizon but shining nonetheless.
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The Milky Way seen over the 180° horizon of the Dome C sky. The camera equipped with an 8mm fisheye lens was fixed to a telescope to allow for a few minutes of exposure. The telescope is visible on the upper left of the image and the band next to it is a faint aurora. The two white blurs are the Magellanic clouds. The dark area on the Milky way is called the Coal Sack and is a typical southern hemisphere feature, quite visible to the naked eye. The reddish lower part is light from the sun, still way bellow the horizon but shining nonetheless.
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RotatingStars - Stars rotating above Concordia during the antarctic night.

Stars rotating above Concordia during the antarctic night.
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TwoTowersNight - The two towers of Concordia during the 3 months long Antarctic winter night.

The two towers of Concordia during the 3 months long Antarctic winter night.
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