Orion and his nebula complex | David Cheng

David Cheng
Location of photo
Hehuanshan, Taiwan
Date/Time of photo
17th November, 2007. 16:58-18:39UT
Carl Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 lens opened at f/2.8, Modified Canon EOS 300D at ISO800, mounted on a Takahashi EM-10 Temma2 Jr. German equatorial mount.
The Constellation Orion is dipped in a Nebula complex, with Sh2-254, Barnard's Loop, Flame Nebula, Horsehead Nebula, M42 and the Witch Head Nebula, along one side of the Winter Milkyway. This image is comprised of a Mosaic of 5 images, taken at a height of 2,800m at Hehuanshan in Taiwan.
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