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Flame and Horsehead nebula in Orion.

By Aenima
These nebulas are found in the constellation Orion's 'belt' - the horsehead is actually a 'dark' nebula, meaning the shape is caused by dust or gas blocking the light.

I like the Flame nebula as it shows up nicely in relatively short exposures and looks like its name.

Approx 14 x 55sec exposures - SW 200p / EQ5 / canon 300D (filter removed)

Tags: Astrophotography Wildlife and nature

Voters: Hallie, ugly, Dylan_Ray and 10 more


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ugly Plus
12 9 57 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2013 2:22PM
very nice image..
Well done these are very hard to get right..

Dave
Niknut Plus
10 2.8k 82 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2013 8:39PM
Wow !!!....impressive !!
ugly Plus
12 9 57 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2013 8:11AM
I look up and it could take as long as 45 minuits to get a colour plus a Black and white to get rid of noise.
So it could take as long as 225 mins to get a image.
Now you can see why I give you my UA..

Magic work..

Dave
Aenima 8 15 England
18 Sep 2013 5:57PM

Quote:I look up and it could take as long as 45 minuits to get a colour plus a Black and white to get rid of noise.
So it could take as long as 225 mins to get a image.
Now you can see why I give you my UA..

Magic work..


Dave



Thank you Dave, really nice comment and UA (is it your picture, of the big cat? I like it Smile)

Much appreciated,

Regards,

Jay.

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