"Logan Pass Milky Way."
The summer Milky Way arches between Pollock Mountain (left) and Mount Reynolds, high above Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana. This was created during a cloudless 1 a.m., pre-moonrise morning, and it's a 200° wide panorama (30 overlapping frames). Saturn (left) and Jupiter (right) align with the peak of Reynolds, on either side of the Milky Way, and the Andromeda galaxy is right of the Pollock Mountain peak.
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