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Astrophotography

Successfully capturing photographs of the stars requires very specific conditions . Those clouds that made your daylight landscapes amazing can muck up a night shot. The moon is best when it's hiding behind Earth. And cold temperatures work best. Forget researching the pesky details. Just use the app and go!

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            Too many clouds
            3
            Saturday 11/18
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Saturday 11/18
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Saturday 11/18
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Saturday 11/18
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Saturday 11/18
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Saturday 11/18
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Saturday 11/18
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
            Too many clouds
            3
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Too many clouds3

            Too many clouds

            • CLOUDS: The presence of clouds prevent your camera from seeing the stars, the less of them, the better.
               
              Heavy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Haze exponentially reduces the clarity of distant objects.  The lower the haze, the more crisp the photos will be.
               
              Cold
            • MOON: The presence of the moon reduces the ability for your camera to pick up the stars, so its best if the moon is hiding.
               
              No moon
            • WIND: Calm conditions are ideal for long exposures so that your landscape is static and your tripod is not shaken by the wind.
               
              Windy
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