Some photos

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    The first Hubble deep field. This isn't the night sky. This is past the stars. This is in between, beside, and behind every single star in the sky. Galaxies stretching off into infinity, innumerable to count.

    Obviously not mine. Google Hubble

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    Personally I think a image such as this gives a majesty to us Minions and the Universe more than anything any church can produce

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    Anyone know the name of this object..12 hours exposure.
    Alex

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    Been waiting.......

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    To the right is the Tarantula Nebula found in the Large Magellan Cloud, an irregular gallaxy, visable from the Southern Hemisphere and approx 170 000 light years from Earth.
    Here is another image of the same object with different framing.
    Alex
     
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    so wonderful, God is so great to create it.
     
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    In the first picture (#243) is the Small Magellanic Cloud also shown?
     
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    No..what you see is only a small part...I hope to get some widefield shots of both clouds..only need the DSLR camera...
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    Thanks for your compliment on my photo creation but please just call me Alex. These photos are created by taking many individual photos thru 4 different filters.. six hours of total combination to produce a luminance base, four hours of Ha, and one and a half hours in O11 and S11...each photo is only 60 seconds but many are stacked to produce one photo for each channel then the four channels are merged to create the final image...and actually it is not an object that is the result of a "creation" but as a result of the destruction of a star...so you could say..God is so great to destroy that star...thanks for looking.
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