Arc of Milky Way in a desert, United Arab Emirates

Arc of Milky Way in a desert, United Arab Emirates
Arc of Milky Way in a desert, United Arab Emirates

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Comments 2

  • Jermaine, this is probably an exposed image, as in a photo where its actually very dark but the camera is “exposed” to the light for a very long time, allowing even the stars not visible to the naked eye to be shown. Some people try and pass off exposed images as what the sky actually looks like to try and show off how nice their sky is, and I would bet that the sky doesnt actually look like that in UAE, but its not necessarily a bad thing to show a portion of what we cant see in the sky but is actually there (as long as you dont imply its not exposed).

  • I do not believe this. I do live in UAE, and I’ve been living in Abu Dhabi for over 46 years and I have never seen such a thing. You see stars but not like this. never. It is a very beautiful country that everyone should visit, but not to see stars or sky like this.

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