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This 1,060-Hour Photo of a Galaxy Was Shot by Amateur Astrophotographers


A team of five French amateur astrophotographers has captured a gorgeous 204-megapixel, 1,060-hour photo of the Large Magellanic Cloud. The Lowell Observatory reports that the team, which goes by the name “Ciel Austral” (which translates to “Southern Sky”), captured thousands of photos between July 2017 and February 2019 and stitched ...

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Apple Aperture Won’t Work Anymore After macOS Mojave


Apple killed off Aperture back in 2014, but there are still photographers out there who have opted to continue using the beloved photo editing and management app. If that’s you, there’s some bad news: Aperture will no longer run on Mac after macOS Mojave. In a new article on its ...

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Samsung Unveils a $16,000 Vertical TV for Viewing Instagram


Samsung has announced an unusual new TV that’s designed for “the millennial generation.” It’s a 43-inch vertical screen that’s optimized for viewing the same social media content you enjoy on your phone. In case, you know, you’ve always wanted to browse your Instagram feed on the big screen. The TV ...

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On the Value of a 365-Day Photography Project


Easter Sunday in Saint Louis was the ideal day for a 365 project. The sky was dialed to maximum blue, and the cirrus and cumulus clouds danced together in celestial harmony, floating lazily above our park’s decked out crabapple, cherry, redbud, dogwood, and other flowering trees. In a shady glade ...

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