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long exposure at late dusk, eh?
18th May 2006, 21:55   | tags:,,,

Mandy. says:

is that the big or little dipper? you call it something different there, I think. besides Ursula major/minor...

18th May 2006, 22:02

mat says:

It's part of Ursa Major. We call it the plough. Not sure if Ursa Minor has a colloquial name.

18th May 2006, 22:13

Rich says:

Big Ted!

18th May 2006, 22:16

phoenix says:

Ursa Minor is called the little dipper - or teaspoon

18th May 2006, 22:19

Mandy. says:

ursa ursula. you say potato, i say potatoetable.
Plough, that's what I couldn't remember. :)

18th May 2006, 22:21

JokerXL says:

That is so cool!
Looks like constellations in broad daylight
(but you knew that already, didn't you)
;-)

20th May 2006, 01:20

tullis says:

Ursa Minor is also called The Lesser Bear
Ursa Major is also called The Greater Bear

They both look a bit like ladles to me.
Great shot by the way.

23rd May 2006, 16:31