NGC 3372, Carina Nebula

Raymond G. Gregory
Location of photo
Siding Spring, Australia
Date/Time of photo
02/17/18. 0100-0200 Local Time
Takahashi S90, SBIG ST2000XMC, SB MEII
8x300s exp integ/calib The Carina nebula, visible only from the Southern Hemisphere, is by far the largest nebulosity in the sky. Flanking the center of the image are Trumpler 14 & 16, two young star clusters and nebulous regions of star formation.
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