Virgo Constellation

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Lying between Leo to the west and the Libra to the east, Virgo is one of the largest
constellations in the sky. It can be easily found by the bright star Spica.

Lens : 50mm
Exposure Time : 20 Minutes (5 with filter)
Film : Kodak Supra 400
Date : March 2002
Guiding : Telescope piggyback
Location : Wairarapa, New Zealand