M42 through binoculars

M42 is the brightest nebula in the sky. It becomes visible even under light polluted urban skies. I took some exposures of M42, the Great Nebula of Orion, using my Vixen 12×80 binoculars and stacked them up. No tracking, even manual. Just method. This is the result; up to magnitude 12 stars are visible and the core of the nebula is also evident:

M42 through binoculars


One Response to “M42 through binoculars”

  1. This is really beautiful! The M42 looks really nice in this picture.

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