Took place in October 2010 when me (Pavel Pech) and my friend Pavel Vabrousek decided to go south in order to do some astroimaging as the weather conditions in central Europe are truly unfortunate for our hobby. As I said, the reason going south (for me) was not to see the stars I cannot see from the northern hemisphere but, rather, the reason was to see some clear sky and enjoy my hobby in the desert of Atacama – I love astroimaging, I love desert places.
Here, you can find couple of daylight images from the trip:
and here, you can find the astroimages that I took during the 2+ weeks trip (10 nights of imaging resulted into 24 images, the same amount that I manage to take per year in the damn European weather):
Pavel Pech, Chile, 2010