A night out in Joshua Tree National Park. I have come to a point in which I want the cleanest image possible when shooting Milky Way landscapes. A single image just is not noiseless enough for me when printing large. I now track and stack 10+ sky images and combine them with a sunrise or sunset blue hour image for a virtually noise free image. This works out wonderfully when printing larger than 18 inches on the long end. I always combine night skies with foregrounds from the same outing, and never do I put the MW in a foreground orientation that doesn't make sense.
Sky = 15 images track/stack with Rokinon 21mm
Ground = single image with Fuji 10-24.
All post done in Photoshop.