Centaurus A (NGC 5128)

Posted by MENEZES FO
on Monday, May 28, 2018

Without doubt this is my best work until today, as my friend Taysson Beibe would say: in this vast, observable world, this is my best image of capture.
I say not only the image of centaurus a, but of all the image that it encompasses, I challenge the friends to open the image in high difficulty by the link: https://www.astrobin.com/full/348854/0/ LA VOCE YOU CAN ENHANCE THE IMAGE IN MAX RESOLUTION, and try to locate galaxies in the photo. One tip, there are almost 30 galaxies in the image.

Forged in a collision of two normal galaxies, the fantastic blend of Centaurus A blue star clusters, pink star-forming regions and towering dark dust bands are seen here in remarkable detail. Near the center of the galaxy, remains of cosmic debris is constantly consumed by a central black hole with a billion times the mass of the Sun. As in other active galaxies, this process generates radio energy, X-rays and gamma rays radiated by Centaurus THE.

Esprit 150mm triplet
Qhy 16200 50x LRGB 300seg
Date: May 18, 2018
Meeting of south-east astrophotography in Saltao

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