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1998bl11:

jneyer:

The Large Magellanic Cloud is one of my favourite night sky object viewable from the Southern Hemisphere. At a distance of 163,000 light years from earth LMC is considered an irregular type galaxy and the third closest galaxy to our own Milky Way.For the tech specs of this image, it was shot on a Canon 6D with a Canon 90mm tilt-shift lens, which is such a super sharp lens! The exposure was 10 second shutter at f/3.2 ISO 6400. I had to shoot two single exposure frames to get me and the Large Magellanic Cloud in the one shot, and I stitched them together in Auto Pano Giga.Hope you like the shot and feel free to share!Want to know more? Follow me here:http://theartofnight.comhttp://plus.google.com/+markgeehttp://facebook.com/markgphotohttp://500px.com/markg#magellanicCloud #space #silhouette #astrophotography #selfie #markGee #theartofnight #wellington #newZealandhttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8PcL/539a6236

LMC is my favorite. ever.

1998bl11:

jneyer:

The Large Magellanic Cloud is one of my favourite night sky object viewable from the Southern Hemisphere. At a distance of 163,000 light years from earth LMC is considered an irregular type galaxy and the third closest galaxy to our own Milky Way.

For the tech specs of this image, it was shot on a Canon 6D with a Canon 90mm tilt-shift lens, which is such a super sharp lens! The exposure was 10 second shutter at f/3.2 ISO 6400. I had to shoot two single exposure frames to get me and the Large Magellanic Cloud in the one shot, and I stitched them together in Auto Pano Giga.

Hope you like the shot and feel free to share!

Want to know more? Follow me here:
http://theartofnight.com
http://plus.google.com/+markgee
http://facebook.com/markgphoto
http://500px.com/markg

#magellanicCloud #space #silhouette #astrophotography #selfie #markGee #theartofnight #wellington #newZealand

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8PcL/539a6236

LMC is my favorite. ever.

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thedemon-hauntedworld:

M8 Lagoon Nebula Credit: Emil Ivanov

thedemon-hauntedworld:

M8 Lagoon Nebula
Credit: Emil Ivanov

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space-pictures:

Light Echo From Star V838 Monocerotis
Credit: NASA, ESA and H.E. Bond (STScI)

space-pictures:

Light Echo From Star V838 Monocerotis

Credit: NASA, ESA and H.E. Bond (STScI)

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thebrightorion:

This is Pismis 24-1 (HDE 319718), a region with spectacular diversity, beginning with its open cluster of neighboring stars, called Pismis 24. Together, they are centrally located within the diffuse nebula NGC 6357, which is located approximately 8,150 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Scorpius.
Stardust

thebrightorion:

This is Pismis 24-1 (HDE 319718), a region with spectacular diversity, beginning with its open cluster of neighboring stars, called Pismis 24. Together, they are centrally located within the diffuse nebula NGC 6357, which is located approximately 8,150 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Scorpius.

Stardust