ДВИЖЕНИЕ ЗЕМЛИ НА ФОТОГРАФИЯХ

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Эти невероятные изображения отражают движение Земли вокруг своей оси. На самом деле это сотни разных снимков ночного неба, наложенные друг на друга, — получается своеобразная звездная черная дыра. Венгр Тот Габор Дьюла делал снимки, на каждый из которых ушло по несколько часов фотографирования глубокой ночью.

«К сожалению, там, где я живу, небо очень сильно засвечено земными источниками, потому я фотографирую звезды в путешествиях». Тот делал фотографии в разных районах Венгрии и назвал серию «Вихрь».

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4705527d) One of the amazing star trail images Star trails above Hungary - Apr 2015 These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Tóth Gábor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography, in the dead of night. The 29-year-old said: "The star trail shots usually take one to two hours to take and then layering them took much longer Altogether it took me four to seven hours per image. It required a lot of time and attention."

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4705527e) One of the amazing star trail images Star trails above Hungary - Apr 2015 These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Tóth Gábor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography, in the dead of night. The 29-year-old said: "The star trail shots usually take one to two hours to take and then layering them took much longer Altogether it took me four to seven hours per image. It required a lot of time and attention."

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4705527f) One of the amazing star trail images Star trails above Hungary - Apr 2015 These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Tóth Gábor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography, in the dead of night. The 29-year-old said: "The star trail shots usually take one to two hours to take and then layering them took much longer Altogether it took me four to seven hours per image. It required a lot of time and attention."

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4705527g) One of the amazing star trail images Star trails above Hungary - Apr 2015 These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Tóth Gábor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography, in the dead of night. The 29-year-old said: "The star trail shots usually take one to two hours to take and then layering them took much longer Altogether it took me four to seven hours per image. It required a lot of time and attention."

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4705527a) One of the amazing star trail images Star trails above Hungary - Apr 2015 These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Tóth Gábor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography, in the dead of night. The 29-year-old said: "The star trail shots usually take one to two hours to take and then layering them took much longer Altogether it took me four to seven hours per image. It required a lot of time and attention."

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4705527b) One of the amazing star trail images Star trails above Hungary - Apr 2015 These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Tóth Gábor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography, in the dead of night. The 29-year-old said: "The star trail shots usually take one to two hours to take and then layering them took much longer Altogether it took me four to seven hours per image. It required a lot of time and attention."

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Solent News/REX Shutterstock (4705527c) One of the amazing star trail images Star trails above Hungary - Apr 2015 These incredible images reveal the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis at around 1,040 miles per hour. The photos show hundreds of different pictures taken of the night sky on a fixed tripod over a long period of time. The images are then layered on top of each other to create a single image that shows the movement of the earth as it spins on its axis, making it look as though the stars are creating a huge spinning black hole. Tóth Gábor Gyula took the pictures, each one requiring several hours of patient photography, in the dead of night. The 29-year-old said: "The star trail shots usually take one to two hours to take and then layering them took much longer Altogether it took me four to seven hours per image. It required a lot of time and attention."

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