Date Taken: 06/30/2012 Photographer:
Aaron C. Location: Wind Wolves Preserve, CA
Orion Paragon HD-F2 Heavy Duty Tripod
Nikon 1 V1 Processing: Nebulosity 3 Exposure: 1x30 sec Notes: Visible in the image is a faint portion of the Milky Way Galaxy along with the constellation Cassiopeia which harbors the Double Cluster (NGC 869). The smudge off to the right is the Andromeda Galaxy (M31).
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The Orion Paragon HD-F2 field tripod is strong enough to hold binoculars, a camera, spotting scope, or small telescope - anything up to 6 lbs. Recently upgraded with easy-to-use lever locks and graduated marks for quick and easy leveling.
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