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looks like i caught the orion, flame & ngc1977 nebulas in this one shot (105mm f/2.8 nikon on d800 nikon 5 sec bortle 3)

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Nice :)
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This is awesome! If you squint hard enough, You can even see some of the Horsehead, too :)
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Baskevo wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:15 pm
This is awesome! If you squint hard enough, You can even see some of the Horsehead, too :)
is this it?

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Nice job!

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I see the Flame but not the Horsehead. Old eyes, I guess. Nice widefield.
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i found a royalty free image to overlay and i think the horsehead might be just barely visible...

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Yup! I can definitely see that! I'm still in my 20's though lol
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Re: orion, flame & ngc1977 nebulas in one exposure

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Nice wide field image.
Thank you for sharing it.
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