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Photographer Zack Clothier used a method called “stacking” to capture this image of the night sky over Coon Pond in the Adirondacks. Twelve images, all taken from a tripod in the same spot, were combined into one to reduce the “noise” – the digital equivalent of film grain. The result is a much cleaner image that shows even the faintest stars.

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