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Wide Field Astronomy Pictures [Great Orion Nebula Region]

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Great Orion Nebula Region
by Mark Deprest

Great Orion Nebula Region

This photograph was taken on February 9, 1999 by Mark Deprest. He took it from his backyard in Northeast Ann Arbor using a 8 inch Meade LX10 SCT and a 35mm Pentax camera set up for prime focus. It was a 5 min unguided exposure using Fuji Superia 400 film.

The photograph is of the Great Orion Nebula region. (The Great Orion Nebula is also known as M42).

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