Orion Nebula | Matsopoulos Theofanis

Matsopoulos Theofanis
Location of photo
Zagori, Fragades, Greece
Date/Time of photo
Camera:Canon Eos 20D mod Lens:Danubia Japan 500mm f8 Mount:Meade LX 200 Autoguider:Meade DSI
Great Orion Nebula (M42 or NGC 1976) is one of the most famous objects in the winter sky. Easy visible with the naked eye, becomes fabulus with a small amateur telescope. The picture shows the main nebula and the smaller nebulosity NGC 1977. Totel exposure 73 minutes(6X7 min, 6X3 min, 6X30 sec). ISO:1600 Digitally processed with Maxim DL and Photoshop
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