标签: star trails

城市的月食

2022年11月12日 Eclipse in the City Image Credit & Copyright: Stan Honda Explanation: A darker Moon sets over Manhattan in this night skyscape. The 16 frame composite was assembled from consecutive exposures recorded during the November 8 total lunar eclipse. In the timelapse sequence stars leave short trails above the urban skyline, while the Moon remains ...

比利牛斯山脉上空的星轨与闪电

2022年9月19日 Star Trails and Lightning over the Pyrenees Image Credit & Copyright: Marc Sellés Llimós Explanation: The beauty in this image comes in layers. On the bottom layer is the picturesque village of Manlleu in Barcelona, Spain. The six-minute exposure makes car lights into streaks. The next layer is a mountain — Serra de Bellmunt — of ...

北天极与古树

2022年7月28日 North Celestial Tree Image Credit & Copyright: Jeff Dai (TWAN) Explanation: An ancient tree seems to reach out and touch Earth’s North Celestial Pole in this well-planned night skyscape. Consecutive exposures for the timelapse composition were recorded with a camera fixed to a tripod in the Yiwu Desert Poplar Forests in northwest Xinjia...

扎根于旋转行星

2022年7月8日 Roots on a Rotating Planet Image Credit & Copyright: Marcella Giulia Pace Explanation: With roots on a rotating planet, an old tree is centered in this sequence of 137 exposures each 20 seconds long, recorded one night from northern Sicily. Digital camera and fisheye lens were fixed to a tripod to capture the dramatic timelapse, so the stars t...

太阳系行星的迹线

2022年7月1日 The Solar System’s Planet Trails Image Credit & Copyright: Zheng Zhi Explanation: Stars trail through a clear morning sky in this postcard from a rotating planet. The timelapse image is constructed from consecutive exposures made over nearly three hours with a camera fixed to a tripod beside the Forbidden City in Beijing, China on June 2...

嫦娥五号发射

2020年11月27日 Chang’e 5 Mission Launch Image Credit & Copyright: Jeff Dai (TWAN) Explanation: This Long March-5 rocket blasted off from the Wenchang launch site in southernmost Hainan province on Tuesday November 24, at 4:30 am Beijing Time, carrying China’s Chang’e-5 mission to the Moon. The lunar landing mission is named for the ancien...