A couple on a November trip in the dark, at Mandemarke bakker
A planisphere is a useful tool for amateur astronomers and stargazers to identify and locate celestial objects in the night sky. It is a circular map or chart that represents the entire celestial sphere as viewed from a specific location on Earth.
Mælkevejen over Liselund Slot, med rød airglow.
The sky above Mandemarke bakker, Møn, with a strong green airglow.
Photo of the Andromeda galaxy, taken from Stege, Møn.
Kiran is enjoying the view of the Milky Way from the top of the hills at Høvblege, in Dark Sky Park Møn
Stargazing on Møn, under a clear August sky. Jupiter and Saturn are seen to the left of the Milky Way.
Cygnus region of the Milky Way, seen from Mandemarke, Møn
Nights are getting darker now. Here a Perseid meteor near the core of the Milky Way. Jupiter and Saturn are to the left of the Milky Way.