Visibility IV / V
My dream has been to get an object photographed from space that is known to be over a billion light-years away, and on the advice of an astrocollar, I finally found one - the Markarian 205 quasar right next to the NGC 4319 galaxy. Almost all night there were handsome pulsating northern lights through which I got an exposed subject for 4 hours. One can only marvel at the brightness of the subject, which corresponds to the brightness of the stars of our own Milky Way in the foreground of the image! The image also shows the companion of that quasar in dim light.