The night sky in my vicinity has been rather poor in stars even when it was (presumably) clear of clouds:
- Canon EOS 70D (astromod.) + Canon EF 24–105 mm IS f/4 L
- ISO 1600
- 54 mm
- 2022-10-02 23:00
Location: Sandkrug (near Oldenburg), Germany
Here is the corresponding star chart:
Where does this mysterious "glow" come from? Cirrostratus clouds? Aerosols? Light pollution? I've got a small town in western direction, but some 3 years ago I didn't observe such heavy light pollution.