NPR On AstrophotographyDPMag Published in Blog
NPR recently did a great story on its Picture Show blog about astrophotography. Unlike most other types of photographic pursuits, astrophotographers generally don't wield cameras, and they're also not looking through the optics of a telescope with the naked eye. Read about the process, and see a really nice gallery of astro images from a variety of sources, at NPR.org.
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