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Arturo100
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20 Apr 2020 11:36

Nebula are incredible gems of the universe, so I thought why not make an image dump for nebulae! (custom nebulae are allowed too)
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With the amount of bizarre creatures on Earth, I doubt aliens would look like humans with skull deformations or skin conditions.
 
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20 Apr 2020 21:50

Some of my own nebulae.
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21 Sep 2020 14:04

here is mine 
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21 Sep 2020 14:08

here is the picture
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26 Oct 2020 06:50

What equipment do you use to view nebulae? Or are they a selection of photos from the Internet? I just think you need super-powerful equipment for such research. And for such equipment, you first need to be outside the city, so that the light from the lanterns does not interfere. And it seems to me that something like a separate observatory is needed to house a huge telescope. It seems to me that all this should be worth not a din million dollars.
 
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26 Oct 2020 11:44

Challenger wrote:
What equipment do you use to view nebulae? Or are they a selection of photos from the Internet? I just think you need super-powerful equipment for such research. And for such equipment, you first need to be outside the city, so that the light from the lanterns does not interfere. And it seems to me that something like a separate observatory is needed to house a huge telescope. It seems to me that all this should be worth not a din million dollars.

These are screenshots from the program Space Engine, the reason for this forum.
 
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22 Feb 2021 01:47

I dream about viewing nebulae with a telescope, but my telescope isn't powerful enough. It lets me see certain planets and star clusters. This gallery and Space Engine, in general, is a perfect place for all space lovers, including me, because only here we can enjoy these beauties. I think that nebulae made me fall in love with space and start exploring it, so I'll never stop spending time observing these clouds. 
 
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15 Jun 2021 03:25

These pictures are very beautiful. I want to believe that this is not Photoshop or a screenshot from some program, but a real photo taken through a telescope. Although I don't even know, the distance is greater, and the equipment should not be small and expensive. Tell me, if this is not photoshop, what equipment did you use for these pictures and how much time did you spend on it?
 
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16 Jun 2021 00:53

> what equipment did you use for these pictures
A keyboard for sure, probably hitting F11
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16 Jun 2021 13:06

Mosfet wrote:
> what equipment did you use for these pictures
A keyboard for sure, probably hitting F11

Ha! Good one. :D
 
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16 Jun 2021 22:11

MadAstronomer wrote:
I dream about viewing nebulae with a telescope, but my telescope isn't powerful enough. It lets me see certain planets and star clusters. This gallery and Space Engine, in general, is a perfect place for all space lovers, including me, because only here we can enjoy these beauties. I think that nebulae made me fall in love with space and start exploring it, so I'll never stop spending time observing these clouds. 

You dont even need a telescope to view nebula.  I have viewed the  Orion Nebula very well with my 10x50 binoculars from  my bedroom window (yes with the window closed) on Long Island.
 
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06 Aug 2021 14:42

So beautiful!
 
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21 Nov 2021 08:54

I love these! Nebulae are awesome!
 
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28 Nov 2021 00:59

Here I'll leave a nebula I found, I think it's in the Milky Way, I don't remember so well.
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Found a cluster with like 900 stars inside a closed nebula
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30 Nov 2021 03:53

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