Clouds of the Fall Labeled

Huge area reaching from Orion to Taurus and Auriga, labeled

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The story

Here’s a (labeled) wide and deep view of the area around Taurus and Orion, both constellations shown almost entirely, at telescopic resolution and depth. The specs are probably more impressive than the image. The view is the equivalent to a 12×13 mosaic – that’s 156 frames, each shot with 4 different (LRGB) filters (about 624 master frames), some areas also with an H-alpha filter. In terms of hours of exposure, we’re talking about roughly 200~250 hours of total exposure. It’s also an image that’s many years in the making. I had already captured some 3/5 of the view in recent years, as early as 2011 (the area around California and Simeis 147), 2015 (Orion) and 2017 (Taurus). It’s definitely not a “single shot”!

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