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VH-EBQ (cn 1198) For me it's difficult to sleep during a flight.. So, instead I was stargazing and noticed the milky way band out of my window as we were passing Australia en route Auckland. Notice how the slats reflect off some stars. It's absolutely beautiful and I'm glad i didn't sleep! By the way this A332 frame is brand spanking new (manufactured in Feb. 2011)[Nikon D3s; Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8; ISO 12,800; 5-second exposure]
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue April 8, 2014:
Unfortunately, there is no more than 5 stars of rating.
Really amazing shot. Thank you

A visitor from - posted Sun January 12, 2014:
Hard to imagine anything more beautiful to observe outside your window en-route! Simply gorgeous!

A visitor from - posted Thu January 2, 2014:
As if traveling in space ... "Next stop, the Moon!"

A visitor from - posted Thu October 3, 2013:
Nice!

A visitor from United States posted Thu August 1, 2013:
An absolute gem!

A visitor from Malta posted Fri July 12, 2013:
Simply fabulous, one shot two wonders of the skies.

A visitor from Malta posted Fri July 12, 2013:
Simply fabulous , Just one sec to say it all with one shot.

A visitor from Australia posted Mon October 29, 2012:
I'll bet you're fellow passengers were rapt to see your window shade up & nav lights flashing, whilst they were trying to sleep!

A visitor from - posted Sun October 28, 2012:
Definitely a beautiful shot. I always try to admire stars, storms and other aspects that look amazing if seen from up high, but cabin lights will rarely let me do so. Taking such pictures are even harder! An awesome way to celebrate being closer to the stars. Congrats.

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 27, 2012:
Swoop swoop swag

A visitor from Switzerland posted Fri October 19, 2012:
True moment of perfection !

A visitor from Malaysia posted Tue October 2, 2012:
Two things i like the most in a picture. :')

A visitor from Mauritius posted Fri September 7, 2012:
This is just too beautiful

A visitor from - posted Sat August 18, 2012:
Simply great !!!!!!! to take picture like this is a total dream !!!

A visitor from United States posted Sun July 8, 2012:
Unbelievable photo. Can't believe the detail achieved through the plane window.

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 1, 2012:
Awesome photo! What time was this taken? I assume that's the setting (or rising) sun reflecting off the end of the wing?

A visitor from - posted Sun May 6, 2012:
Great picture!

A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Mon April 30, 2012:
Great

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun April 29, 2012:
Nicee !!!

A visitor from Cyprus posted Thu April 26, 2012:
Excellent! The Best Window View I've Ever Seen!

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Tue April 24, 2012:
Only 5*!

A visitor from - posted Sun April 15, 2012:
Incredible imagination.Perfect control technic of the photography.Congratulations.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat April 7, 2012:
EVERYTHING comes together here, in every sense of the word. Just try to imagine a better colour scheme for the wing. I don't think there is one:)

A visitor from - posted Thu April 5, 2012:
Amazing shot. Kudos for the absence of blur even at the incredibly long 5-second exposure. Surely you had the camera firmly placed against the window, but still not only the wing but the stars are quite sharp, showing that the airplane did not have the slightest pitch, bank or yaw movement during the long exposure. Well done!

A visitor from South Africa posted Wed March 28, 2012:
The Most unbelievable picture I have ever seen....this is truly breathtaking and awesome. Thank you for sharing the incredible moment with us

A visitor from - posted Sun March 25, 2012:
This is why flying is such an amazing experience, especially when you have a window seat.

A visitor from - posted Fri March 23, 2012:
Great fantastic pic. congratolations

A visitor from - posted Sun February 26, 2012:
Five stars don't do justice to this photo. Absolutely stunning. One of the best EVER on A.net.

A visitor from - posted Sat February 18, 2012:
Congratulations, congratulations and congratulations!!!! The colours, the atmosphere, and the mystery the of this photo are super. It looks like "A gate has been opened to another dimension!"

A visitor from - posted Sat February 4, 2012:
Australia-the best place to see the constellations...

A visitor from - posted Mon January 30, 2012:
Once-in-a-lifetime shot. Camera, view, and eye came together at just the right time, and the human recognized the opportunity. Truly, the most important piece of photographic equipment is located 3 inches behind the viewfinder!

A visitor from Slovenia posted Sat January 21, 2012:
Surreal...

A visitor from United States posted Fri January 13, 2012:
WOW! What else can you say? This is what photography is all about, catching moments like this for all to see. Thank You!

A visitor from Poland posted Sat December 31, 2011:
Breathtaking! Absolutely impressive view!

A visitor from France posted Fri December 30, 2011:
What unique shot. What dreams are of ...

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri December 30, 2011:
Amazing view!
I like this light and stars mirrored upon the wing. Milky way is sooo spectacular!

A visitor from France posted Fri December 30, 2011:
WOW !!! AMAZING PHOTOGRAPHY !!!!!
:o)

A visitor from - posted Fri December 23, 2011:
Wow! As I saw the 1x2 inch picture i thought it was a photoshopped picture, but then i realised that this amazing sight was real!!

A visitor from - posted Fri December 16, 2011:
Pushing the limits of what a D3 is capable off, very nice and extra ordinary capture! 5* easily...

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Wed December 14, 2011:
"God of wonders beyond our galaxy, You are Holy, Holy, the universe declares your Majesty..." from the song God of Wonders. Beautiful shot, look at all those stars....

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed December 14, 2011:
Wonderful photography

A visitor from - posted Tue December 13, 2011:
This is so nice

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue December 13, 2011:
Almost unreal

A visitor from United States posted Tue December 13, 2011:
That's unreal. Great job

A visitor from - posted Tue December 13, 2011:
Capt. says: "Not again! I always forget to level off and stop climbing once I reach cruising altitude!"

A visitor from Australia posted Tue December 13, 2011:
Well done!

A visitor from - posted Fri December 9, 2011:
Amazing!

A visitor from - posted Wed December 7, 2011:
When I saw this abosutely perfect photo, the following words were crossing my mind: "Space, the final frontier..."

A visitor from Puerto Rico posted Wed November 30, 2011:
Wow! Just awesome! Btw this is my first comment on airliners.net, i dont like to comment, but this is just one of the top three photos in here! Thanks for sharing it, and magnificent job!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue November 29, 2011:
Spellbinding, magnificent shot. Truly unique among the best. 100% five stars. Thanks!

A visitor from - posted Tue November 22, 2011:
Thank you for sharing this magical pic. This is hair raising stuff & I agree with the people below. 5 stars completly deserved

A visitor from New Zealand posted Sat November 19, 2011:
Ah, the beauty of flying the Tasman. Awesome shot, great composition. Cheers Joe.

A visitor from Portugal posted Thu November 3, 2011:
Astonishing!!

A visitor from France posted Thu November 3, 2011:
Brilliant and unique shot! Congratulation and thank you for sharing this view.

A visitor from - posted Thu November 3, 2011:
Amazing. If you weren't in a new jet, it wouldn't have been as reflective and not nearly as nice. Perfect timing and circumstance.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed November 2, 2011:
Are you sure that you weren't sleeping because this photo looks like a dream !!;-)

A visitor from Luxembourg posted Mon October 31, 2011:
OMG !!! amazing

A visitor from - posted Sun October 30, 2011:
OMG!!! I rarely give somebody five stars.... But this one is what photography is about. Rare, unique, and hard to emulate; chance and skills combined. Well done and thanks for sharing this!!!!

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 30, 2011:
This is just amazing!! so many stars can be seen in one picture! really catches the eye of any plane or astronomy expert!!

A visitor from - posted Sat October 29, 2011:
Exellent!!!!!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri October 14, 2011:
Simply breathtaking

A visitor from France posted Sun October 9, 2011:
Soooo, Airbus is making spacecraft, eh? First the A380 and now this... it makes even the 'Dreamliner' look like an imposter or a phony. This is a dream at its best, and you didn't even a 'Dreamliner' to get it! How ironic.

5 stars just can't sum up this work correctly. This is sheer luck.

A visitor from - posted Sat October 8, 2011:
Stunning photography and colors!!!!

A visitor from - posted Fri October 7, 2011:
Simply Wonderful!

A visitor from Hungary posted Sun October 2, 2011:
The Lord draws his dreams to the sky!
Thanks to catch this moment!

A visitor from - posted Sat October 1, 2011:
Awesome! 5 stars!

A visitor from - posted Thu September 29, 2011:
Prism !!!!!

A visitor from - posted Thu September 29, 2011:
Wow, Airbus now making passenger spacecraft!

A visitor from - posted Tue September 27, 2011:
This is amazing

A visitor from - posted Tue September 27, 2011:
You, sir, are not a fotographer but a magician

A visitor from - posted Sat September 24, 2011:
Increbible image! so beautiful...

A visitor from - posted Fri September 16, 2011:
The Australian Sky is amazing! I suppose no turbolence in that flight!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 10, 2011:
Just one word...."WOW"

A visitor from Sweden posted Sun September 4, 2011:
Absolutely amazing picture! Two of my biggest interests combined in one picture, astronomy and aviation :-)

Reminds me of the old song "Night flight to venus"

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 2, 2011:
Absolutely stunning picture!! 5*

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu September 1, 2011:
Amazing !

A visitor from Spain posted Mon August 29, 2011:
UFF!!! Non comments, amazing, beautiful, precious, a lot of good comments more....

A visitor from - posted Mon August 29, 2011:
Visitor from Sweden took the EXACT words out of my mouth. Holy cow!... is all I got to say.

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri August 26, 2011:
Wow!
That's one of the best photos @ airliners!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 26, 2011:
Beautiful

A visitor from Sweden posted Tue August 23, 2011:
Ok, this is officially the best photo I've ever seen taken out of a window. Holy crap, man!

A visitor from - posted Tue August 16, 2011:
Very unique photo.

A visitor from - posted Sun August 14, 2011:
Explore the universe. A dream for pilots and airplane lovers!

A visitor from India posted Sun August 14, 2011:
Wow! fantastic seems like a space journey

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat August 13, 2011:
What an amazing photo!! I wish I was there, too!

A visitor from - posted Fri August 12, 2011:
Looks so surreal and magnificent! Absolutely without a doubt one of THE best pictures on this site!

A visitor from - posted Mon August 8, 2011:
Without any doubt, this pic must be into the top 5 of airliners.net

A visitor from - posted Mon August 8, 2011:
Amazing image. It really triggers an emotional response.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon August 8, 2011:
Fantastic!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun August 7, 2011:
Greta photo

A visitor from United States posted Fri August 5, 2011:
OMG! It's just the most beautiful picture I ever seen.. FIVE STARS!

A visitor from - posted Fri August 5, 2011:
So beautiful...

A visitor from United States posted Thu August 4, 2011:
I can't remember if I commented already. But, I do know I have been back to this image several times already to stop and stare. You know you have a winner when that happens. 5* -Ron

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed August 3, 2011:
Love it !!!

A visitor from - posted Tue August 2, 2011:
Space, the final frontiere

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Tue August 2, 2011:
That's really impressive. Nice work on keeping the camera steady!!

A visitor from United States posted Mon August 1, 2011:
This is what it is all about.

A visitor from - posted Sun July 31, 2011:
Absolutely breathtaking!!!

A visitor from - posted Sat July 30, 2011:
Simply wonderful!

A visitor from South Africa posted Sat July 30, 2011:
Simply breathtaking. Well done mate. Please don't ever sleep on flights, so you can continue taking such amazing shots.

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 29, 2011:
My goosebumps have goosebumps.

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 29, 2011:
Indescribably beautiful!! Anyone who thinks we're alone out there should take a good look at this picture, which only shows a miniscule part of the universe. The last comment raises a good point for anyone who enjoys looking & photographing out the window, I for one would rather be on a 330, 777 or any "old" school bird than a 787 on a scenic flight, wouldn't you?!

TriJetsFan

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 29, 2011:
@Philippe's comment, the irony is taking such photo from the 787 Dreamliner would very hard for a passenger since it features the new electronic tinting windows which will enable the cabin crew to override the pax and dim the windows whenever they like, and as we all know almost all airlines ask the pax to close the window shades on red eye flights.

This feature is the only thing I'm not excited about in the 787 and I hope it won't become popular on other aircrafts!

A visitor from Australia posted Fri July 29, 2011:
You have to see the picture; words cannot describe it....

A visitor from Spain posted Fri July 29, 2011:
Perfect!!

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Fantastic.

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Love this shot, awesome pic.

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Wow, incredible photo! Such a great depiction of what flying's all about IMO. Very peaceful looking. 5*

A visitor from Canada posted Thu July 28, 2011:
In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth ...and Man created airplanes and Airliners.Net

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Oh, so you were traveling in the Space Shuttle???

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Spectacular would be an understatement!! I've been an a.nutter for many years and I don't remember any photo receiving 186 positive comments in the first 24 hours, I think you set a new record Kavin. Congrats.

Regards from SoCal.

A visitor from Colombia posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Nice

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Great picture

A visitor from Australia posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Seems to suggest that you are taking a flight through space itself! The best photo I have ever seen.

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Great view ! Something changing from the traditionnal rw side shot with serial # of the plane.
Instead of sleeping and dreaming you brought us your dreams. Very nice and many thanks. This A330 was indeed a dream liner ;-)
Philippe

A visitor from Australia posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Simply awesome... God's creation together with Man-made marvels... good work Kavin

A visitor from Mauritius posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Didn't even think that was possible! wow!

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Giving this picture "just" five stars is criminal. I opened the picture and just sat there staring for a good five minutes. This is the best picture on this site and it may never be topped. It is that good.

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Wow what a spectacular photo, well done! You've captured the universe and deserve praise for it.

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
A Billion stars for this!! The Space Association people are foolish sending their probes outside the Earth's atmosphere, whereas NOW its possible form within the Troposphere itself. Fuel, Time & Money saved.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Superb shot. Now I understand why the airline chose its name.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Love it

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Wow! Excelent!!!!

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Great idea!

A visitor from France posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Simply the best photograph on this website, congratulations

A visitor from Australia posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Stunning shot Kavin, well done, I am wondering how you could keep your hand sturdy for 5 sec!!! Cheers, Mehdi.

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Jaw falls off face!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu July 28, 2011:
An incredible shot :) Congratulations,

May I ask the question of the day, how did you manage to hold the camera steady by the window for five whole seconds?

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
One of the most awesome shots i've seen in awhile! Keep up the good work !

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
A truly beautiful shot. And it's something that I've never seen on Airliners before, so well done! :D

A visitor from - posted Thu July 28, 2011:
The comments say it all! What a shot, it must be a once in a lifetime snap! Very well done for the insight and timing!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu July 28, 2011:
Very good and rare photo. Unique.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Terrific!!

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed July 27, 2011:
This must be one of the most beautiful pictures ever taken from an aircraft!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Oh my god! This is just wonderful!!!!!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Bringing aviation photography to a whole new level... One of a kind capture... Great job! - NES

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic!!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Very unique and beautiful!!!

A visitor from Austria posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Unbelievable

A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow those stars are sooo clear and the orange glow on the wing tips looks amazing ... great shot , i'm glad u didnt sleep as well

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
It gave goosebumps so beautiful it is.
I love the reflection of the stars on the wing. Simply superb!
Real nice work of art. Congrats.

A visitor from Puerto Rico posted Wed July 27, 2011:
WOW WOW WOW!!!! Speechless!!! I agree with the other comments, the best photo in airliners.net!!!! Greetings!!!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely unreal - one of the shots of year. JDL

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed July 27, 2011:
What a great picture!! Congrats!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic piece of art!

Diego M.

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
No words can fully explain this incredible picture!

Here's five more stars for your sky! (though it deserves more than that!)

*****

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely stunning photo! Thank you very very very much!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
When I saw the thumbnail, I said, "What the.." Then when I viewed it in large scale format I said, "Oh my God!" This is truly art at it's best people! ***** Wayne C.

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
One of the best catches I've seen in my life.

AB

A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Simply WOW mate!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Aaaaaaamazing!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Incredible

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow, absolutley incredible! 5 Stars

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Breathtaking!!!!!!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Excellent job Kavin!this is truely the best pic of all the other pics that have been taken till date.This pics makes me feel that i'am travelling in space.......:)

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Can't believe it! the most amazing picture I've ever seen!
Best regards from Quito!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
You have just GOT to be kidding me... excuse me while I pick my jaw up off the floor...

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
A perfect picture to explain why the window shades should be OPEN during night flights!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow nice!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Simply breathtaking! Brilliant work!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
This type of views are the things that make my proud to be in the aviation industry. I simply love it

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
WOW!!! Next time people ask me why I insist on a window seat even on transoceanic red eye flights I will show them this picture! Kudos Kavin and keep up the great work.

TheFlyingCroc

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Incredible! Didn't think you could see that much from 40,000 feet.

A visitor from Canada posted Wed July 27, 2011:
WOW...

A visitor from Brazil posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Dude, it can't be true.. this is the most ultra blaster amazing aviation picture I've ever seen !! 1K Stars !! Congrats !! [Elias]

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Don't exist words for this photo! Simply one of best photos for A.Net! Congratulations for this Amazing Photo!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Congratulations, Kavin. You've gotten the most favorited picture on A.Net for a long time!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Awesome image. How did you manage 5 seconds of hand shake and turbulence free shutter?

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Gorgeus ! Great shot, why a 1,000channel IFE when you only have to turn your head

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Yes! Five stars!... Millions of stars! :-)
Nikon D3s power!
THE shot!
Achim

A visitor from Belgium posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Your a star man!!

A visitor from Spain posted Wed July 27, 2011:
A really beautiful picture.

Well done.

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I cannot stop staring at this photo. Surreal... trying to identify where the horizon is... it looks like the plane is turning and the wing is pointing upwards...

A visitor from Belgium posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely atonishing photo!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow...wow...wow.

This photo needs to be published.

A visitor from Thailand posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow!!!!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Hats off to you Kavin. Truly 1 of 1.8+ million pics @ A.net!!!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic shot, the stars are incredible.

A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely stunning !

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I'm not one to comment on the internet, but this reminds me of why man yearns to fly....

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
What can I say, no superlative can do this photo justice. This has to be the best picture I have ever seen.

A visitor from Uruguay posted Wed July 27, 2011:
One of the best photos for A.net. Congratulations!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
This is one of the most amazing photos I have ever seen! Five stars! I love the light still on the wing!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Outstanding, clarity and sharpness is exemplary.

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Beautiful shot, nicely framed... we could really use a lot more of such artistic images here.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
One of a kind. this is what it's all about. congratulations.

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Amazing photo! one of the best in the database

Marco- LAX

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely unreal, thank you for sharing the photo data.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow!!!! Amazing photo!!!! Well done!!!!

A visitor from Canada posted Wed July 27, 2011:
This is without a doubt, the best photo on airliners.net In all the years I have clicked on this site, this is without a doubt the pinnacle

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I'm Speechless... very nice shot!! 5 Stars

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Holy... The most stunning pic! Such a scenery! I'm mesmerized..

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Historical picture for airliners.net
Thank you for your talent and steady hand, Kavin!
Greetings from FRA
Alexander Karmazin

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
@ the visitor from Hong Kong - unless Im mistaken I think what you see on the wing is the red anti-collision beacon shining on it!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wait, is this an A330 or is it a Space Shuttle? I am absolutely amazed here!

A visitor from France posted Wed July 27, 2011:
At least, the number of deserved stars is already on the pic ;)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Dude, you just wrote airliners.net history. And without wanting to take any credit away from you, I think every experienced photographer can agree that Nikon deserves a tip of the hat for producing such an incredible camera!

A visitor from Romania posted Wed July 27, 2011:
A very beautiful photo!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Just amazing. I wonder how the photographer did this. One of the best on A-net and beyond!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Man this completely blew me away! Top notch right here! 500000000 Stars all the way!! ;)

A visitor from Italy posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Nice picture

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
This is an awesome picture.... I love seeing stars when I fly!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
One of the few occasions where the word epic is truly appropriate in the fullest sense of the word! Instant classic without a doubt.

A visitor from Poland posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Simply awesome. Photo of the year. Congrats, Kevin.

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Ahh! So that's why they call this airline Jet-STAR. It definitely lives up to its name. Simply unparalleled beauty!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I will never sleep on a flight! Awesome picture.

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I think there's no words to describe this piece of art. congratulations!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wooohhhhh

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Excellent composition! A million star-worthy picture! It just became my new iPhone wallpaper.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed July 27, 2011:
On August 15, 1977 Dr. Jerry R. Ehman wrote Wow! on a printout. More than 30 years later this is another Wow-moment !!! Wow!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Unbelievable

A visitor from Israel posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Well Kavin, this is a proof that Sky Is Not the Limit! Such an amazing picture! Its beyond anyone could imagine to see through his window...
Ezra S.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Quite simply the most beautiful and incredible aircraft photo i've ever seen! Stunning work!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Best Pic on A.net !!!! forthcoming number 1 !!!

A visitor from Canada posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely Stunning!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Awesome... one of the best pics i have ever seen...

A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow.. one of the best pictures in the database...

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely stunning!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow amazing!

A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Stunning... God's creation and man-made marvels....

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
That's amazing!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely stunning shot. The sheer scale of space is just scary..and this pic shows a minuscule part of it! We should all be humbled by this - how small we are in the mighty Universe. But at the same time look how clever our species is. We have created these amazing flying machines that have made distance on the little blue rock we call home irrelevant. And beyond that wingtip far in the heavens in the next stage of exploration: the ISS. Whats next..the Moon...Mars...it will happen. But I for one are glad you could not sleep Mr.Kowsari!

A visitor from Belgium posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Excellent. The red glare on the wing and wingtip are caused by the red strobe light on the top of the fuselage I think, not by the sun.

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Oh man, look at all that stardust in the night sky. All I see is twinkle little stars........pun intended :)

f14dtomcat

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Amazing view! it's really amazing how we can all experience first,business and economy class and views like this from around the world from the comfort of your home no matter in which country you are. Truly amazing!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Awesome pic. My son said, "what's an A330 doing in space"? lol

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Is it possible to keep camera still for 5sec? Great cosmic photo! Thanks!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic. Picture of the year.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
2nd to none. Welcome to the hall of fame and of course well deserved 5* !!!! Thanks for sharing

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Incredible!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
5 Stars is not enough for such an amazing aerial view

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Never seen something so amazing like...its night sky when looking straight out the window but the sun is still shining on the wings...what an astonishing contrast!!

A visitor from Venezuela posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Congratulations Kavin Kowsari !!! This pict is terrific. it looks like you were onboard the space shuttle...
fermin brif

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Simply EPIC.

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely fantastic !!!!

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Great, excellent... they are not good enough for this one.....

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Stunning photo, it's such a shame that in most places you would be unable to capture an image with that kind of clarity

A visitor from Brazil posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Perhaps the most spectacular picture I saw in A.net. Congratulations.

A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Possibly the greatest photo in the database =0

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
It's the best photo on a.net I've ever seen! Just great! Just stunning!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Best Photo ever on Airliners.net !!!

A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Amazing! This is why night flying is so great.

A visitor from Malta posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow!

The cosmos and the fruits of our know-how all in one shot. For me this photo shows what a speck we really are whilst at the same time highlighting what is possibly one of man's most valuable traits, his drive to explore and build stuff.

This drive gave as the A330 in the photo, it is sure to yield more of the secrets of Universe in the future.

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Incredible! One of the best pictures on all of A.net!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Coolest photo on ANET! Very inspiring!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Words fail me..... absolutely stunning. Mother nature and technology contrive to provide one of the best images on airliners.net

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Unreal. Looks like you were on a deep space flight.

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
An instant A.net classic. Absolutely surreal.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Needs an A332-LLLLLR to go there. Fantastic ! How small we are.....

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow! What a view! Stars unlimited! Best regards, Walter

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
All superlatives aren't enough...! Compliments, also to the pilot for keeping so steady on course! DPAviation

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic. what a beautiful picture!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
This is one of the most amazing shots I've ever seen!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic capture! Inspiration and technology walking hand by hand! Congrats! 5* Ilias

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Breathtaking Image. Incredible skill displayed. My new favourite a.net image.

A visitor from Spain posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Amazing

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Kevin, absolutely stunning! I'm speechless. Thanks again for sharing!

A visitor from Austria posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely stunning!
great job!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I am just without words. Outstanding!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
The Force was with you

A visitor from Canada posted Wed July 27, 2011:
It looks like you're in space!!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Incredible!

Andrew
Los Angeles

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Great new twist on window view photos, and kudos for being able to get a sharp shot at 5 secs. Submit it to National Geographic now! - Alberto R, NYC

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely stunning! The perspective is so great and you also captured the beauty of the universe.

- SS

A visitor from Brazil posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I was wondering how did you get so steady in a 5 seconds photo.

A visitor from Uruguay posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Five stars, congratulations and, definately, this pic as my wallpaper. Thanks for sharing!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Stunning

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Beautiful! Breathtaking! Unreal! I don't know what else to call it! Nice job buddy. The D3s can really do wonders. 5 stars. -Phil

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Epic.

A visitor from Switzerland posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Simply incredible! 5*

A visitor from France posted Wed July 27, 2011:
To capture such a picture of the milky way is difficult.But to do it from an aircraft! A beautiful image.

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Oh my god! i guess this image is worth more that 5 stars, more like 500.000 ;)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
One of the best pictures i have EVER seen on this website

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
No words, just amazing!!!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
No words can describe this scene!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
OMG are you sure it is on earth??

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I am also in awe! I thought this was not possible! Best of the best. Can I have one in landscape?

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely stunning... regards from STR

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow

A visitor from Ireland posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Amazing!!!! absolutely amazing!!!!!!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Amazing picture.

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed July 27, 2011:
The best AVOD is the window! Amazing picture! I envy you!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
5 stars!!!

A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic job.Thanks.

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
OMG

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Unbelievable! I bet that Saint Exupéry saw something like this before he wrote 'The Little Prince'. I'll add five stars to your sky! Vitor.

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I wish I could give you a star for each one on the picture. Just incredible!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow.. that is so cool

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I cannot believe this shot was even possible. 5 sec exposure!!!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
You make history on a.net! Congrats and respect to your talent! Stephan Kruse

A visitor from France posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Unique shot, I'm amazed to see such a beautiful photograph, or may I say, such Art. Thank you very much for sharing

A visitor from France posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Absolutely stunning!

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Breathtaking! Tony

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Stunning Picture!! Absolutely brilliant, 5 Stars

A visitor from Canada posted Wed July 27, 2011:
This really takes it to a new level. How to give 100 stars to this photo?

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
One really new sight.

A visitor from Canada posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Great photo.... I didn't know you could see that many stars from a plane window. I usually don't bother looking out the window on night flights but I'll make a point of it from now on. Thanks for sharing.

A visitor from Australia posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I'm in love with this picture. Thank You :)

A visitor from Luxembourg posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Star...struck!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Amazing!!!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I have no words and you got five stars and my pc vote for that unique photo!

Greetz from FRA
Thomas

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Unbelievable what is possible to catch from the aircraft window. I have added five stars to millions on the photo !

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Very nice, great photo! -Ron

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Simply an outstanding photo! Perfect lighting, perfect weather, excellent combination of aerial and astro photography!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Truly amazing. not many people can experiencce this. well done

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Wow!! 10000 Stars for this shot, truly amazing!!!!!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Amazing! This must be one of the best windowview shots ever!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
It's mindblowing to think what is really out there when you can't see much at all with your own eyes! Fantastic shot. -Nicholas

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Mind boggling!!! That's an incredible photograph, almost impossible to imagine!!
Spencer Wilmot

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Fantastic photograph...the colours and effects are just sublime.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
I thought it was not possible to make such a photograph.
Truly awesome work! 5 stars!

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Nothing less than a PCA vote and 5 stars! Johnny Kristensen

A visitor from Germany posted Wed July 27, 2011:
One of the most original and well executed shot i´ve ever seen! To become one of the most viewed in this website. RESPECT!

A visitor from Singapore posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Stunning photo! I fly that route three times a month and have never seen anything that spectacular....Perhaps I'll spend more time looking outside from now on. 5 stars.

A visitor from - posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Only gave five stars as no more were available though there are plenty more on the photo. Magnificent !

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 27, 2011:
Simply incredible!

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