Nebula in Ara NGC6188 with star cluster NGC6193 NGC6188 is a beautiful emission nebula and star forming region in the southern constellation of Ara.
Estimated to be around 4,000 light years away, this region is only visible from the southern hemisphere.

The Photo: is 5 hours of exposures taken through Red, Green and Blue filters to create a true-colour visible-light image of this normally invisible nebula.

Telescope: a Ritchey-Chretien telescope with 406mm diameter mirror at f/7 with a focal length of 2.8 metres.

Camera: 3056 x 3056 x 12 pixel Apogee Alta U9000, thermo-electrically cooled astronomical CCD camera.

The Print is a high-resolution archival-quality print onto 250GSM gloss photographic paper

The Frame is very durable black aluminium with 1mm clear UV-protected polycarbonate (no glass).

Photographer: Eddie Trimarchi

Available in two sizes, A2: 594 x 420mm and A3: 420 x 297mm

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