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#78 - Capturing The Energy From The Universe - Windfarm Under the Winter Constellations

The photograph shows one of the wind turbines of the Carlentini B wind field dominated by the starry sky in which it is possible to recognize three of the most important constellations of the winter sky: Orion the hunter, the Canis Major and the constellation of Taurus. The turbine was photographed in order to highlight the attempt to capture the wind whose direction was drawn by the moving clouds. The clouds also made it possible to diffuse the light of the stars, highlighting their colors: blue for Sirius (the brightest star in the sky) and for Rigel, orange for Betelgeuse.