RBA & AF Astrophotography

Andromeda (M31) versus Triangulum (M33): Comments

Louie Atalasidis (Contact, Page), September 18th, 2010, 16:08

Hi Rogelio

A unique composition mate...I like It!great work again.



RBA (Contact, Page), September 18th, 2010, 16:10

Thanks Louie! :-)

Monica, Houston, Texas (Contact, Page), September 23rd, 2010, 9:50

Truly beautiful, infinity in motion - many thanx for sharing.

RBA (Contact, Page), September 23rd, 2010, 10:05

Thank you Monica for stopping by and taking the time to let us all know what the image tells you!

Tim Stone (Contact, Page), March 10th, 2011, 20:01

Incredible image, Rogelio. I'm impressed at the scale and also that you've preserved the galactic cirrus. Many times that's just wiped away with a black clip. Also, you've managed to capture NGC 404 (Mirach's Ghost) in this image. Really really lovely.

RBA (Contact, Page), March 10th, 2011, 21:42

Thanks Tim! Glad you liked it!

Vasselle (Contact, Page), September 22nd, 2011, 18:45

superbe image de M31et de M33
et je voulais vous dire continué a nous faire rêvé avec vos photo Astro
elle sont tous magnifique bravo

Robert (Contact, Page), October 14th, 2012, 11:42

woooow.....this mosaic is the best I have ever seen !!!!

Anil (Contact, Page), September 26th, 2013, 12:37

Wow! This is just incredible. Saw it on APOD, and love it. As an astronomer who has published papers on several of the objects in this image (including Mirach's Ghost!), it is a pleasure to see them all together in such a lovely image.

Greg Parker (Contact, Page), October 3rd, 2015, 7:12

You have probably seen that this has been a recent APOD taken by somebody else - so you were 5 years ahead of your time with this one :)

RBA (Contact, Page), October 3rd, 2015, 15:50

The image from Malcom is a composite, with the galaxies "pasted" over a sky captured with a camera lens. Two very different efforts. Thanks Greg! :-)

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