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This is the same as my other pano with the exception that the good South Pole doc (grannydoc) went to the trouble of drawing in each of the constellations that are visible in the sky. You can see the same pano without the stars drawn in at my other pano: www.gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id=30450
This is another Panorama of the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. This one was taken technically on the 29th, the day after my previous similar shot. Though just barely, this shot was taken at 1 am. This photo is however, very different. The moon is in front of the station in this shot rather than behind it, which ...
This is a 360 degree Panorama of the Aumndsen-Scott South Pole Station, South Pole Antarctica. This was taken on 7-28 during the afternoon at a temperature of around -90F with a windchill of -130F. The moon in the shot was only a slight crescent but is incredibly bright. When the moon is not around we are surrounded...