The Heart Nebula
Taken by Wayne Hixson on October 10, 2018 @ Seattle, WA
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Large glowing nebula in Cassiopeia. Part of the larger Heart and Soul complex. This is a monochrome 2-panel mosaic taken with an ASI1600 camera using a Hydrogen Alpha filter. The Heart is about 2.5 degrees in size, or 5 times the size of the full moon
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I love B&W photography and this is a great shot. You really have brought out the heart shape that I sometimes cant see in the color renderings.
Posted by HP1954 2018-10-12 01:48:15
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