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evansg

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  1. The Veil Nebula is a diffuse nebula located in the northern constellation Cygnus, the Swan. Also known as Witch’s Broom Nebula, Bridal Veil Nebula, Cirrus Nebula, or Filamentary Nebula, it constitutes the visible parts of the Cygnus Loop, a supernova remnant in Cygnus. It is located at an approximate distance of 1,470 light years from Earth. In this wide shot you can see the three main parts: the Eastern Veil, the Western Veil, and Fleming’s Triangle (Pickering’s Triangle). Full resolution: http://www.celestialpixels.com/Nebulae/i-zcwHVLh/A Telescope: Telescope: TAK FSQ85 Camera: QSI 683 Filters: RGB + Ha + O3 Total Exposure: 12h Location: Mt Parnon @ 1430m. Greece
  2. Too many targets, so little time!

    1. jabeoo1

      jabeoo1

      Realizing that one orbit of Uranus equals an excellent innings for a human. Forget living as long as the orbit of Neptune. We don't get long do we? but at least we got invited :)

    2. ghostdance

      ghostdance

      LOVE the comment by jabeoo1! 'We dont get long...but at least we got invited.' I'm putting that in me book....

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