The Full Moon and Milky Way
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My answer to the question: can you capture the Milky Way during a full moon? Sure, but why go through the trouble? Dark skies rule, but clear skies can be forgiving. Although the moon was right in front of the Milky Way, I shot it directly for 45 seconds at my lowest ISO. You can clearly see lens flare, dark spots from dust on the lens, and our own galaxy.