Readers’ wildlife photos

Why Evolution Is True

We have some animals and some astronomy today. First, three photos from reader Tim Anderson of Australia, who appeared in “photos of readers” two days ago. His notes are indented:

Last night [August 26] was an extraordinarly clear and still night here at the Manor to Which I Have Become Accustomed. I managed to get decent images of four of the glories of the southern skies. I will send them as separate emails in case their size overwhelms your inbox.

This is an image of the Sculptor Galaxy (NGC253). Sometimes it is nice to see a view of a distant galaxy in the context of its starfield rather than close up.

This is a composite of one hundred 60-second images taken with a Skywatcher Esprit 100mm refractor, ASI071MCPro camera, UV/IR cut filter, and an EQ8 mount

This is an image of the Centaurus A Galaxy (NGC5128). It is…

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