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Subject: Orion Nebula,M42, M43
Author: Paul Kanevsky
Scope:WO FLT 110 APO F/6.5
Instruments:HX916 CCD, G11 mount, ST-4 autoguider
Exposure time:RGB 40:40:40 minutes binned 1x1
Place & Seeing:Good seeing, averaged at about 3.4". Clear and steady skies, 16? F.
Date:Dec. 4, 2002
Remarks:
Processing: Photoshop, curves, layers. No dark or flat frames applied. Description: Orion Nebula is part of a large gas and dust cloud located in the Orion Constellation. It is one of the closest stellar nurseries to us at about 1,500 light years. The whole cloud easily spans over several hundred light years.

 

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