Comet, nebula, meteor and Galaxy got on one photo
Similar picture can be obtained only after 200 years.
Published the starry sky, which both captured the comet Virtanen, a star cluster the Pleiades, the California nebula and a meteor flying.
Unique frame made professional astrophotographer and researcher Miguel Claro of Lisbon.
A Comet, Meteor, Nebula and the Pleiades Combine into One Epic Space Photo https://t.co/rSxxofmanm pic.twitter.com/7yhJu7KfTx
— Igor Os (@igor_os777) 11 Feb 2019.
The was received on 15 December, but only published now in the publishing Space.
In December, the comet Virtanen maximum closer to Earth — at a distance of 11.5 million kilometers. Next time she will come close to our planet, not earlier than 200 years. The comet could be observed not only in the telescope but to the naked eye.
The bluish cluster of young, hot stars close to the center of the image is the Pleiades. On the right is the California nebula. Meteor in the photo “out” of the constellation Gemini, and left a faint track.
The panoramic photo was taken in the Dark Sky Alqueva reserve in Portugal, which come to observe the starry sky.
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During the download an error has occurred.The night sky. The from the Dark Sky Alqueva reserve
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