vielen dank für deine anmerkungen,es freut mich das dir meine bilder gefallen.Finde aber deine ja noch interessanter,also werde ich mit sicherheit öffters "bei dir" vorbei schauen !
Thank you so much ,I'm glad that the picture likes you.
For this picture I have to thank an october clear and dry sky over mountains ..and wind free as well for a relatively easy guide.
Is not so hard to do astrophotography, you need only some practice in guiding.
In fact ,you have to "guide" the telescope for avoid the star shift during the long exposures caused by the spin of the Earth
Usually,in panoramic astrophotography, we have to put the camera in "parallel" to a telescope with an equatorial mount (much better if the mount is motorized),then we have to point the telescope's eyepiece (with a reticulum cross built in) toward a star in the camera's field of view..and to follow that star during the complete exposure , giving to the telescope the appropriate corrections by manual or electronic handbox for to keep the star in the exact centre of the eyepiece's reticulum.
It's a little tiring,but is always fine to spend some hours under a starry sky .