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Pleiades Star Cluster by Phil Hart

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A long exposure through a telescope of the Pleaides star cluster, well known as the “Seven Sisters” in the constellation ‘Taurus the Bull’.

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astrology, astronomy, clusters, galaxy, nebula, night, space, stars

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  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpabout 6 years ago

    An instant favorite. Beautiful stars!

  • 3rdrock
    3rdrockover 5 years ago

    thats a stunning result phil , the merope nebulosity looks stunning , what scope did you use?

  • Phil Hart
    Phil Hartover 5 years ago

    thanks.. for the deep sky shots, i’m using a very nice Takahashi Epsilon 160 newtonian reflector with correcting element. focal length 530mm at f3.3. some more details for the image here:

    thanks.. for the deep sky shots, i’m using a very nice Takahashi Epsilon 160 newtonian reflector with correcting element. focal length 530mm at f3.3. some more details for the image here:http://www.philhart.com/gallery/Astrophotograph...

    thanks.. for the deep sky shots, i’m using a very nice Takahashi Epsilon 160 newtonian reflector with correcting element. focal length 530mm at f3.3. some more details for the image here:http://www.philhart.com/gallery/Astrophotograph... used to hate people with takahashis :-)

  • g8tway
    g8twayover 5 years ago

    Seven Sisters are a beautiful site well captured…..
    Tim

  • lorilee
    lorileeabout 5 years ago

    INCREDIBLE!!!!!

  • Andrew Murrell
    Andrew Murrellabout 5 years ago

    Ok I now know why you have great star images. the Tak is a great scope for this type of work. What mount are you using?? You have cahught the Merope nebula wonderfully

  • maileilani
    maileilaniabout 5 years ago

    Awesome!

  • LightStar
    LightStaralmost 5 years ago

    Just stunning.

  • jewd barclay
    jewd barclayalmost 5 years ago

    Oh my favorite constellation…wonderful image…

  • jskouros
    jskourosalmost 5 years ago

    Lovely image Phil. You’ve got a lot of the nebulosity showing through for such short subs.

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