In a world filled with uncertainty, knowing that the stars shine at night is a great comfort to me. This is my third attempt at capturing this open star cluster. The Pleiades, also known as the seven sisters, is a prominent deep sky object made up of more than 800 stars located in the constellation Taurus about 444 light years away from Earth. The fact that I was able to see and capture these stunning star clusters makes me feel happy and that I should soon do it again with a telescope.
This image was photographed using Nikon D810 mounted on a Sky watcher star adventurer tracker using Nikkor 500mm. The total exposure time is 1.6Hours plus calibration frames.