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Scientific Errors in Those Nat Geo Milky Way Photos

4 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

The night sky offers an unlimited source of markers (e.g. stars, constellations, Milky Way, etc.) that never lie about the time of year and location in the world you shot a night sky picture from. You don't even need to be a professional astronomer or to double-check RAW files to prove it.
Tools like Stellarium or the StarWalk app can help you verify your point within seconds.
National Geographic is at the center of a manipulated photo controversy this week over an article featuring photos by photographer Beth Moon. Moon gave this statement in response:
I am late to this discussion as I am...
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