Astrophoto: Too Many Stars to Count

Here’s a beautiful view of the Milky Way arching through the sky over the Isle of Wight, an island just off the south coast of England, known for having limited light pollution. This gorgeous image was taken by photographer Chad Powell. You can see more of Chad’s work on his website or his Facebook page.

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One Reply to “Astrophoto: Too Many Stars to Count”

  1. With 3-November-2013’s rare hybrid Solar Eclipse most spectacular spotted going to be in Uganda’s Arua, Gulu, Lira and Masind, read Uganda’s sensational akin book, “Destined To Triumph”—an exquisite autobiography.

    Margaret Woodward, an admirer of “Destined To Triumph”, who is an accomplished writer—author of: Indictment; Stage Management and Theatrecraft; and Still Waters] comments on “Destined To Triumph” recommending the book saying:
    Hello Julius, since this is biography – really autobiography – I went to the end first and was impressed by your list of references. I have read or skimmed all your book and found it most interesting. I particularly like your use of language. I found that Uganda came shining through and through.
    I was enthralled by your picture of Uganda, once described to me as the most beautiful country in the world, followed by, ‘It should also be the most productive,’ – a theme which you took up and shook thoroughly. The way of village life in your childhood was very different to my eyes, but vivid and lively, and I am totally with you in your despair at the corruption and inertia which bedevils so many societies in Africa, but not only there. Is it not just those problems which have lead the educated young people of the Arab countries to rebel against their leaders and the lack of opportunities. Sadly it is stirring even in nations like Korea, not in that case because of corruption but because of no work for their educated children. Somehow the world has got out of kilter, and a new way may have to be found to provide stability, probably through more creativity and entrepreneurial innovation – just what you are doing with your IT business.
    Hear from another admirer, Richard Davison: I bought your book and like it very much. You have been through a lot and made it!!! Sharing your life experiences is inspirational. Received your book in the mail from and find it very interesting and good. Destined to Triumph, The Hand of God in The Life Twists and Turns of Julius Babyetsiza is an excellent book to have. I hope your many friends and others will be purchasing it like I did. It comes in the mail quickly!
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