Always fun to image…and always full of detail…”Put it full screen”…take a ride inside the Great Orion Nebula.
M42 & M43 The Great Orion Nebula Complex with Theta Orionis the Trapezium. Always Jaw dropping & looks great in most telescopes, yes it is also visible to the unaided eye & in binoculars. but just not as detailed as in a photographic or telescopic view.

Messier 42 (M42), the famous Orion Nebula, is an emission-reflection nebula located in the constellation Orion, the Hunter. With an apparent magnitude of 4.0, the Orion Nebula is one of the brightest nebulae in the sky and is visible to the naked eye. It is located about 1,433 light Years from Earth. Its diameter is about 24 light years across, the bright & tight cluster at the center is known as the Trapezium or Theta Orionis. The Great Orion Nebula certainly is one beautiful & massive star formation region(Stellar Nursery).

I captured this RGB+HA narrow band image using my QHY183C cooled color Cmos Camera for the RGB 36 min. exp., and My QHY183M cooled monochrome for the H-Alpha 60 min. exp. 30 second subs & 180sec subs, C6 F5 Newt. Scope, Capture via the Sky X software, Stack in Deep Sky Stacker, and Processed Adobe CS. Data from early morning captures in Sept. & Oct 2019 in my Backyard Observatory in Dayton, Ohio.

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John Chumack