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Light from Space

Thomas Fuchs' amateur astrophotography. Photos, tutorials and tidbits.

  • By Thomas Fuchs
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly one post per year
  • First post on

Posts per year

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Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2022 13
2023 1
2024 1

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Most recent posts

The Fossil Footprint Nebula
This nebula is very, very dim and therefore it's not very popular with astrophotographers as it takes a long time to get a decent image. All in all this image took me over 50h of …
On , by Thomas Fuchs, 184 words
The Rosette Nebula
Next to the Orion Nebula, the Rosette Nebula is definitely a must-do on the list of every aspiring astrophotographer. Located not too far from Orion in Monoceros, this large H II region has spectacular features, …
On , by Thomas Fuchs, 148 words
The Helping Hand of LDN 1355
LDN 1355 is a dark nebula in Cassiopeia, vaguely in the shape of an outstreched human hand—the dark dust obscuring the reflection nebula behind it.Total exposure time: 58h 50' (211,800s)Image resolution: 5,216 × 3,909px (1.924″/px)Shot …
On , by Thomas Fuchs, 104 words