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  • M81 遠くの天体も鮮明に撮影
    M81 遠くの天体も鮮明に撮影


    商品コード: 2003121900052

  • Hubble Finds Medusa in the Sky Snakes and Stones
    Hubble Finds Medusa in the Sky Snakes and Stones

    The galaxy pictured in this Hubble Picture of the Week has an especially evocative name: the Medusa merger.  Often referred to by its somewhat drier New General Catalogue designation of NGC 4194, this was not always one entity, but two. An early galaxy consumed a smaller gas-rich system, throwing out streams of stars and dust out into space. These streams, seen rising from the top of the merger galaxy, resembles the writhing snakes that Medusa, a monster in ancient Greek mythology, famously had on her head in place of hair, lending the object its intriguing name. All the cool gas pooling here has triggered a burst of star formation, causing it to stand out brightly against the dark cosmic backdrop. The Medusa merger is located about 130 million light-years away in the constellation of Ursa Major (The Great Bear). NASA/UPI Photo via Newscom、クレジット:NASA/UPI/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019110100231

  •  Travel News - April 27, 2022
    Travel News - April 27, 2022

    April 27, 2022, Alberta, Canada: A 360ð ‘‘all-sky‘‘ panorama of the northern spring sky, taken when the North Galactic Pole was almost due south high in the sky, so we are looking up out of the plane of our galaxy. The Milky Way is visible but only as an arc low across the north, and on this night (April 27, 2022) an arc of a dim green and magenta aurora nicely coincided with the location of the Milky Way. The North Galactic Pole is located just left of the Coma Berenices star cluster below centre...Due south is at bottom; west toward the city is at right; east is at left. ..The Big Dipper and Ursa Major are directly overhead at centre. Polaris and Ursa Minor/Little Dipper are above centre. Leo is below centre partly in a faint band of Zodiacal Light. The Handle of the Dipper arcs down to yellowish Arcturus, while buish Spica is at bottom low in the south. Vega is rising in the east at left. Capella, and the pair of Castor and Pollux in the winter sky are setting at right. Leo is flanked by the star clus...

    商品コード: 2022111610860

  •  Travel News - August 25, 2022
    Travel News - August 25, 2022

    August 25, 2022, Alberta, Canada: The Big Dipper and Arcturus over a treed nightscape in the Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan. Taken during the annual Saskatchewan Summer Star Party in late August 2022. The Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is a Dark Sky Preserve...This is a blend of a single 30-second untracked exposure for the sky and a stack of four 30-second exppsures for the ground, all with the RF15-35mm lens at 19mm and f/2.8 and Canon R5 at ISO 3200. NoiseXTerminator used to reduce noise in the sky, ON1 NoNoise AI applied to the ground. and a glow effect added with Luminar AI. (Credit Image: © Alan Dyer/VW Pics via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Alan Dyer/VW Pics via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022111607642

  •  Travel News - October 13, 2022
    Travel News - October 13, 2022

    October 13, 2022, Alberta, Canada: The stars of Ursa Major, the Great Bear, over the waters of Peyto Lake, Banff, in deep twilight. Arcturus in Böotes, the Bear Driver, is setting over the peak at left. Ursa Major contains the seven stars that make up the Big Dipper, aka the Plough or the Wagon. This was October 13, 2022 on a very clear night in the Rocky Mountains. ..This is a stack of 6 x 30-second exposures for the ground and a single untracked 30-second exposure for the sky, all at f/2.8 with the Canon RF 15-35mm lens at 15mm, and Canon R5 at ISO 800. (Credit Image: © Alan Dyer/VW Pics via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Alan Dyer/VW Pics via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022111610783

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