A square portrait of the relatively unknown planetary nebula called HFG1, titled "Star Falling".
Star Falling in a black frame hanging on a white paneled wall.
Star Falling in a black frame with white mat above a black cube storage cabinet in a children's playroom.
Star Falling in a black frame in a corporate office hallway. Angle 1.
Star Falling in a black frame in a corporate office hallway. Angle 2.
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Star Falling

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Description

 

"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.

Materials

 

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.”

Technical Info

 

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

 

For more technical information click here.


Star Falling