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Wednesday, July 11, 2018, 12:42
Capturing mesmerizing Milky Way from across the world
Wednesday, July 11, 2018, 12:42 By

A Milky Way arch forms over Norah Head Lighthouse in New South Wales, Australia. The image is taken by 29-year-old photographer and social media marketer David Magro from New South Wales. The intensely colorful picture shows the Milky Way hovering over various pieces of the Australian landscape. (PHOTO / IC)

A photo taken by Paul Wilson shows the beautiful Aurora borealis in South Island. The different perspective is due to the pictures being taken on the South Island, New Zealand, where the Milky Way is as clear as day. (PHOTO / IC)

The popular Cornish holiday destination, St Michaels Mount, and bright Milky Way compose a glorious picture. The fantastic array of such rich galactic color was captured by Alessio Putzu from idyllic seaside town. [Photo/IC]

An amazing shot of old trees in the water below the Milky Way in Botany Bay, Edisto Island, South Carolina, US, is taken by Scottish photographer Frank Delargy. (PHOTO / IC)

Photographers Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic travelled more than 150,000 miles across North America in order to capture the works, which feature millions of stars, far-off galaxies and areas of extreme darkness that are a far cry from glowing cities. (PHOTO / IC)

This is the mesmerizing image of a colorful Milky Way shining down on Mount Fuji. Steve Lance Lee, 37, captured the sky above the iconic mountain while on his honeymoon in Lake Kawaguchiko, Japan. (PHOTO / IC)

Photographer John Mullineux captured the stunning moment with billions of stars when he went camping under the stars on Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. (PHOTO / IC)

This is a stunning picture of the Milky Way taken in the American night sky. The magnificent picture was taken by professional landscape photographer Abe Blair, 36, from Truckee, California. (PHOTO / IC)

St Catherine Oratory, which is the oldest light house on the Isle of Wight in Britain, is the place where spectacular pictures of the Milky Way illuminating the night sky can be taken. Astro-photographer Jamie Currie, 35, has been taking pictures of the phenomenon, which contains between 100 and 400 billion stars. (PHOTO / IC)

Photographer Grey Chow captures an amazing image of Nugget Point Lighthouse in New Zealand. Grey chow, a 31-year-old project engineer from Malaysia, travelled to the popular destination, which is declared as a dark sky reserve. (PHOTO / IC)

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