File:Milkyway pan1.jpg

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Afrikaans: ’n 360º Panorama van die Melkweg wat uit grootformaatfoto's saamgestel is. Die noordelike halfrond is uit Fort Davis, Texas, gefotografeer, en die suidelike uit Broken Hill in Nieu-Suid-Wallis, Australië. Opmerklike stofbane verskuil sekere voorwerpe daaragter. Infrarooi-aftastings kan wel hierdie streke blootlê, en radioastronomie des te meer, alhoewel met laer resolusie. Die omgewing van die galaktiese sentrum is egter minder verskuil, en bied 'n venster na sterre wat oorwegend baie oud en geler van kleur is. Die volle lêer beslaan 1.5 gigagrepe, en onderskei detail van minder as 'n boogminuut. Die dofste sterre is van magnitude 11. Heel regs en links is oorvleuelende bane, met dié van die regterkant effens helderder.
English: This image is mosaic of multiple shots on large-format film. It comprises all 360 degrees of the galaxy from our vantage. Photography was done in Ft. Davis, Texas for the Northern hemisphere shots and from Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, for the southern portions. Note the dust lanes, which obscure our view of some features beyond them. Infrared imaging reaches into these regions, and radio astronomy can look all the way through with less detail. The very center, however, shows a window to the farther side. In the center, stars are mostly very old and this causes the more yellow color. The final file is 1.5GB, and resolves details of less than one arcminute. Faintest stars are magnitude 11. There are 21 pixels of horizontal overlap at the ends, with the right end slightly brighter than the corresponding pixels on the left.
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Source http://www.digitalskyllc.com (The image was uploaded to en.wiki at 17:16, 21 September 2006 by Twtunes.
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