"This round shell of gas was expelled by pre-cataclysmic double star V664 Cas. HFG1, a relatively unknown planetary nebula, plows through the interstellar medium like a one-lightyear-wide meteor."
A metallic paper print of HFG1. Photographed by J K Lovelace.
Each print is Made-To-Order.
Backdrop Photo courtesy of denamorado.
MOAB Slickrock Metallic Pearl 260 gsm paper, acid free. From the maker's website: “Slickrock Metallic Pearl 260 transforms an image into life like, almost 3D quality.”
Recommended Care: Treat you print with care until it has been mounted and or framed. Metallic prints will look best in good lighting. If you receive your print and aren't seeing the colors and details pop, try taking the print into a different room with better lighting. If you'd like to frame your metallic print, avoid any glazing as this addition may extinguish the metallic pop.
Recommended Use: Arguably the best rendition of HFG1 ever processed, this deep sky photograph will be a delightful gift for amateur and professional astronomers alike!
Total Integration Time: 89.90 hours
- Planewave Instruments CDK20 OTA on an L500 mount
- FLI PL-09000 imaging camera
- Starlight Xpress Ultrastar M guiding camera
- Astrodon Monster MOAG
- FLI CFW3-10 Filter Wheel
- Astrodon filters
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