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  M42 Orion.jpg -  M42     NGC1976     Orion Nebula   Emission Nebula   distance: 1,300 ly     actual size: 25 ly     image size: 120'x120'  FLI PL-16803 camera     FSQ-106EDX III scope @ 530mm  (f/5)     AP900 mount 1.8 hour total exposure     LRGB 18:34:28:30 subs 1:1:1:1 binned 1:2:2:2     (3.49" per pixel unbinned)   Guiding with ST-402XME camera on 2.8" Pronto scope @ 475mm (f/6.8)   The Orion Nebula is the brightest star forming nebula in the sky and also one of the brightest deep sky objects. It is visible to the naked eye under moderately good conditions, and rewarding in telescopes of every size. It is also a big object in the sky, extending to over 1 degree in diameter, thus covering more than four times the area of the Full Moon.   
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M42     NGC1976     Orion Nebula
Emission Nebula

distance: 1,300 ly     actual size: 25 ly     image size: 120'x120'

FLI PL-16803 camera     FSQ-106EDX III scope @ 530mm (f/5)     AP900 mount
1.8 hour total exposure     LRGB 18:34:28:30 subs 1:1:1:1 binned 1:2:2:2     (3.49" per pixel unbinned)
Guiding with ST-402XME camera on 2.8" Pronto scope @ 475mm (f/6.8)

The Orion Nebula is the brightest star forming nebula in the sky and also one of the brightest deep sky objects. It is visible to the naked eye under moderately good conditions, and rewarding in telescopes of every size. It is also a big object in the sky, extending to over 1 degree in diameter, thus covering more than four times the area of the Full Moon.

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