Here Is Mt. Fuji ‘Touching’ The Edges Of The Milky Way. Isn’t That Extraordinary Beautiful?

Mt. Fuji is one of Earth’s most recognizable geologic features. Located on Japan’s Honshu Island, it is the country’s highest mountain at 3,776 m (12,388 ft.). Lying only about 100 kilometers (62 ml) south-west of Tokyo, Mt. Fuji can easily be seen from the capital on a clear day.

Well, the view below would certainly have not been visible from Tokyo, much to its residents’ displeasure. It is a composite image, of course, but the author has done a marvelous job of putting Mt. Fuji “in touch” with our galaxy.

I have added a few other night images of Mt. Fuji, which I hope you would enjoy. (Scroll down for the video.)

Here Is Mt. Fuji 'Touching' The Edges Of The Milky Way. Isn't That Extraordinary Beautiful?

Here Is Mt. Fuji 'Touching' The Edges Of The Milky Way. Isn't That Extraordinary Beautiful?

Here Is Mt. Fuji 'Touching' The Edges Of The Milky Way. Isn't That Extraordinary Beautiful?

Here Is Mt. Fuji 'Touching' The Edges Of The Milky Way. Isn't That Extraordinary Beautiful?

Here Is Mt. Fuji 'Touching' The Edges Of The Milky Way. Isn't That Extraordinary Beautiful?

Here Is Mt. Fuji 'Touching' The Edges Of The Milky Way. Isn't That Extraordinary Beautiful?

And here are the videos:

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Via Reddit.

And here are the videos:

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