1060-hour exposure of the Large Magellenic Cloud

1060-hour exposure of the Large Magellenic Cloud

Enjoy the sense of scale in this image, stitched together from 16 smaller images and 1060 hours of exposure. The image is a mosaic made of 16 smaller fields of view, which, once stitched together form a high-resolution image of 204 Million of pixels! As of matter of fact, this is not the work of…

Take pleasure in the sense of scale in this image, stitched together from 16 smaller images and 1060 hours of exposure

The image is a mosaic made of 16 smaller sized fields of view, which, as soon as stitched together form a high-resolution picture of 204 Countless pixels! Since matter of reality, this is not the work of a bachelor but by a team of 5 french amateur astronomers called “Ciel Austral”: Jean Claude CANONNE, Philippe BERNHARD, Didier PASTOR, Nicolas OUTTERS et Laurent BOURGON.

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