Categories: Astrophotos

Astrophoto: A Trace From Maranjab Desert by Hesam Nazari

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Hesam Nazari captured this photo on September 23, 2011 from 4:39 AM to 6:16 AM from Maranjab Desert in Iran. He built this trace photo from 341 single shots using Startrails software.

Hesam used a Canon 550D camera with Canon lens EFS 18_55 mm 1:3.6_5.6 IS set at ISO 800, f/4.

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