|Date:||07.06.1994||Time:||5:30 LT||Exposure:||15 min|
|Field of View:||81o x 59o||Emulsion:||Scotchchrome 400||Filter:||none|
|Instrument:||f=21mm 1/2.8||Observatory:||Cerro Tololo||Observer:||S. Kohle|
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The zodiacal light is sunlight reflected by dust particles orbiting in the plane of the ecliptic in our solar system. It is best seen when the ecliptic lies nearly vertical above the sun some time after sunset or before sunrise.