M 42:Orion Nebula
- annagrace (2996)
- [2006-05-15 16:16]
Wonderful note and a cool image too. Thanks for sharing.
- Fisher (8915)
- [2006-05-15 17:33]
Excellent work!!! Well done on the composition and presentation.
We just completed a Tourism Board full of images which I donated and info of our township.
Tehkummah, meaning, "Ray of light in the sky." An astronomer captured the orion nebula with the gases as you mentioned. He had a huge telescope to capture this. Anyhow, it is used on our board. TFS.
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2006-05-15 17:36]
Great post Hernan, many a night I have sat into the small hours in my observatory looking into that Nebula were stars are born. Well done.
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2006-05-15 21:06]
Excellent job on this astronomy shot. Very interesting notes to detail all this. Well done!
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-05-16 6:46]
Great job on this. Interesting notes with this one. Orion's Nebula is very well seen. Excellent work, Thank You!
- loot (11276)
- [2006-05-17 2:50]
This is an excellent and very interesting photo. However, at f/2 aperture I think you were just a little bit shallow on your DOF. Maybe you should have tried f/2.1 for better details. Ha-ha-ha just a little joke my friend. I think you have done great with this shot and your notes are very informative. I'm not sure if this is a first time shot for TN, but congratulations on a very original posting and TFS.
- liziafa (1231)
- [2006-05-17 14:08]
Curious idea on photo :-)
It pleases :-)
- zeca (2887)
- [2006-05-18 0:31]
Very interesting capture, Hernan! Nice note also!
(green face tomorrow!)
- hekcik (1827)
- [2006-05-18 6:02]
Interesting shot and notes.
Well done on the composition and presentation.
Surprisingly good results as for only 3 seconds. Stars are well visible, but best of all is Great Nebula - red colour looks great. Your descriptions help to understand what we see. One of my favourite space regions very well taken my friend!
Very informative. I'm amazed by the picture, I'm guessing it was taken through a telescope. I wish I could get that close, but as I can't I'm more than happy to sit and see your images and read your notes. Excellent post.