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A veteran astrophotographer in Maine took advantage of a clear night sky in rural Maine to capture two beautiful images of our host galaxy, the Milky Way.

"Living in rural Maine offers me some great opportunities to capture the beauty of our night sky with mostly very little light pollution. This spot at the top of a ridge in the small town of Palermo is a great example," photographer Mike Taylor wrote SPACE.com in an email. "On this particular night there was quite a show of green airglow in the sky and a just a bit of yellow/orange glow from nearby towns on the horizon."

Milky Way Magic Captured Over Rural Maine