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Messier 8, 20, and 211324 viewsThe Messier objects M8 (large nebula on right), M20 (blue and red nebula upper left) and M21 (open cluster below and to the left of M20) are favorite summer objects in the constellation Sagittarius. The Messier objects are found in a dense star field of our own Milky Way galaxy. Image taken with a modified Canon 40D and Takahashi E-180ed astrograph on a Paramount (50 x 5 min lights; 30 darks, 64 flats).
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Trifid Nebula (M20) in Living Color!1511 viewsHere is another summertime favorite, the Trifid Nebula (Messier 20) done with a Takahashi Epsilon 180 (f2.8) with SBIG 2000 single shot color camera using the Tzec Maun scopes in Australia. This is a single 10-minute exposure.
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Sagittarius Triple Whammy2099 viewsMessier 20, the Trifid Nebula is seen in the upper left. M20 is a combination emission nebula (pink), reflection nebula (blue) and dark nebula (the spider legs in the pink). Towards the center is Messier 8, or the Lagoon Nebula. M8 is an emission nebula and active star forming region. A star cluster is superimposed on it. The lower right has the star cluster NGC 6544. Image was taken using an 80mm Onyx refractor and a modified Canon XS DSLR. Too bad it was only 12 min - I ran out of night,
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Milky Way Over Alamogordo2037 viewsThis is a widefield image of the Milky Way taken on 4/29/11 from within the city limits of Alamogordo using a Canon T2i Rebel DSLR on a CGE mount. Visible near the center of the image is Messier 8 (M8, or the Lagoon Nebula), M20 (Trifid Nebula), rich star region M24, open clusters M21, M23 and M25. Globular cluster M22 is visible near the bottom center. To see these objects and more for yourself - come out to our events at Oliver Lee State Park !
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M201063 views Messier 20 (M20, NGC 6514) The Trifid Nebula in Sagittarius is a remarkable and beautiful object as it consists of both a conspicuous emission nebula and a remarkable reflection nebula component. The distance is 5200 light year.
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M20 (Trifid Nebula)1333 viewsM20 (Trifid Nebula) located in the constellation of Sagittarius. I could not get guiding to work so this photo is composed of 42 30sec exposures at ISO6400 using a Canon EOS 60a.
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The Trifid Nebula Messier 201274 viewsMessier 20, aka the Trifid Nebula, is both an emission nebula (H-II region imaged in red) and reflection nebula (blue coloration), which is found in the constellation Sagittarius. M 20 is a young star forming region. Image was taken with a TeleVue 140 f/5 refractor and a SBIG ST2000xcm camera (@ -15 degrees) on an Astro-Physics 1200 mount. Image is a total of 4 hr 20 min exposure (26 x 10 min lights, 64 flats, 64 bias, 15 darks) that was calibrated, aligned, integrated (PixInsight nomenclature for combined), and processed in PixInsight 1.8 with final levels/curves in Photoshop CS6. Optec Alnitak panel used for flats.
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Lagoon Nebula (M8) and Trifid Nebula (M20)925 viewsThe Lagoon Nebula (M8) on the left and Trifid Nebula (M20) on the bottom right are located in the constellation of Sagittarius. M8 is an emission nebula about three times the size of the full moon. The nebula’s brightest region is illuminated by two supper giant stars while the rest of the nebula is illuminated by the open star cluster NGC 6530. M8’s smaller neighbor, M20, is a combination of emission nebula (red) and reflection nebula (blue). The image consist of 4 hours of exposure taken with a Canon 60Da camera and Orion ED80T telescope mounted on a Celestron CGEM mount. Exposures were stacked with Nebulosity 4, processed with PixInsight 1.8, and minor cosmetic touches with Photoshop CS6.
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The Milky Way at Sagittarius802 viewsA close-up into the Milky Way galaxy near the constellation of Sagittarius. M8, M20, M17 and many clusters are distinguishable among the dust lanes and dark regions of the Milky Way. Taken from Valley of Fires Recreation Area near Carrizozo, NM on September 24, 2016. The image consists of 20 x 2 minutes exposures utilizing a Canon 60Da at f6.3, 70mm focal length, and ISO1600. Stacked with Nebulosity 4 and processed with PixInsight 1.8.
     
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