Orion constellation 2011 amateur photography
20 Dec Orion's Belt is an asterism of three stars that appear about midway in the It is one of the most famous asterisms used by amateur astronomers. the constellation Orion at bottom, when he took this photo in Feb.
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22 Oct See views of the Orionid meteor shower captured by skywatchers around the world. The Orionid meteor shower is created by pieces of.
Description:To the naked eye or small telescope the glowing gas cloud just looks a milky white, still a magnificent view. Most nebulae — clouds of interstellar gas and dust — are difficult if not impossible to see with the unaided eye or even binoculars. If you like star trails, go ahead and photograph them. The Bristlecone pines that you see in the foreground are some of the oldest living things on Earth, but yet they are dwarfed by the light shining behind them that has been traveling for almost 30, years. Seagrave Memorial Observatory http: With a washed out Perseids and moonlit Draconids, the late rising of the old crescent Moon was helpful too," Lawrence said.