The centre of the Milky Way galaxy is between the constellations Scorpius and Sagittarius, and is high in the sky above New Zealand in winter. This is the widest part of the Milky Way and appears full of bright clouds and dark bands of dust.
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Starry Night Photography
Photograph by Chris Picking
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