This image was taken to show the large star cloud was composed off center to show the large star cloud to the north end of the galaxy, and the surrounding area. The Tarantula nebula is the bright object to the upper left, and the field is filled with small nebulous clouds.
Instrument: 5.5 inch f/1.65 Celestron Schmidt Camera Exposure: 10 mins Scanner: Nikon LS2000 Film: Hypered 2415 Location: Queensland Australia Processing: Photoshop, PW Pro.
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