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November 22, 2004


No, these gorgeous images are not from NASA or the Hubble telescope. They are courtesy of Stuttgart-based Stefan Seip, humble IT consultant by day and intrepid astronomy photog by night. His quest for the best images possible takes him to the depths of the Black Forest where ambient light isn't a factor. From his lonely perch he captured comets, shooting stars, the aurora borealis, and other atmospheric phenomena as well as the galactic "big guns" like supernova remnants, double stars, planetary nebulae, and pinwheel galaxies galore. Click the Perseid meteor showers and find his handy map of nearby constellations. Then click more to see what a little moonlighting can do for the soul.

November 22, 2004 in Photography, Tech/Science | Permalink


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Bole to jhakaas hai ekdam :)

Posted by: Puneet Jain | Nov 22, 2004 11:40:16 AM

planetary nebulae are my favorite. They are shockingly beautiful, surprising things.

Posted by: judith | Nov 22, 2004 9:03:44 AM

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