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The Milky Way Reflected Onto the Largest Salt Flat in the World

In a bid to find a perfectly dark sky, Daniel Kordan, a photographer from Russia, made a trip to the Altiplano region located in the west central South America, which is popular owing to the complete darkness present there. It is 12,300 feet above the sea level and Kordan was able to click the Uyuni salt flat using the special astrophotography camera he had. Using this camera, he could click the colors present in the sky, thereby depicting a more realistic image of the universe.

He plans to travel to the Faroe Islands next, which is located in Greenland, as his intent is to click more photos and you can follow him on Instagram and Facebook.

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