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I've always wanted to do this sort of widefield of the Milky Way. Sagittarius Star Cloud is at the bottom which was about 5 degrees above the horizon and the glow bottom left is from Marseille, couldn't entirely eliminate it.

Exposure 300x 60s, Gain 120, Offset 4, Temp -5C
Image date, time and location:   2021-07-18, north of Carmargue, France
Telescope aperture and focal ratio:   Pentax 55mm f1.2
Camera and filters used:   ZWO ASI296MC Pro, Optolong 2" lEnhance tri-band
Processing applied:   Pixinsight


   
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Some great gems in there.
Is that a mosaic?  If not it is a very wide lens. 

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Thanks.  It's a Pentax 55mm f1.2 at f4 on my HEQ5 belt driven Carole, it's not a mosaic.
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I love these wide fields from good skies.  Well done and thanks for sharing!

Roberto