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A portion of the new Hubble mosaic image of the Orion nebula. Nasa describe the full image as the most detailed astronomical image ever recorded and at 325 Megapixels they may be right.....

Credit: NASA/Hubble Heritage


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01/16/06 10:28 PM GMT
Fantastic.. Thanks Phil.. Love it!!!!
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One bead at a time
01/17/06 2:06 AM GMT
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01/17/06 3:20 AM GMT
This looks great! Great colors also! :D
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01/17/06 6:21 AM GMT
Thanks for posting this....the quality is absolutely awesome.
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01/17/06 7:05 AM GMT
Glorious image...thanks for finding and sharing this one, Phil...a definite keeper.:Pat.
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01/17/06 12:14 AM GMT
Gorgeous colours.. looks really nice on the desktop...
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"I cannot change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination" / Jimmy Dean
01/17/06 4:03 PM GMT
Wow! I'm in space now! I wonder if this is where we go once dead? Very nice place to be!:-)
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01/20/06 6:57 PM GMT
Wow Phil, that's incredible. You know I often look at the hubble space images on the internet, but I missed this one. Thanks!
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If you can't find the words, you may as well shoot it...
01/21/06 5:12 PM GMT
another coup for Hubble...and yet some want to shut down...sheesh...
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01/23/06 8:16 AM GMT
amazing Phil, thanx for posting this for us!
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a field of stahya in the springtime...
01/24/06 5:17 AM GMT
Here's one I could fall into. It's so marvelous you could mine the whole 325 for a gallery of images and not go wrong. Even with the latest probe on its way, I still think Hubble is our greatest achievement. It's images like this that can get the intrest of the masses up
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01/24/06 3:23 PM GMT
Wonderful wallpaper, Phil. Thanks... Ouch! 325 MP !!! Hope they didn't work in an uncompressed format... ;-)
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01/24/06 6:18 PM GMT
Now that is a nice pic.....and that is a big file.
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'Study the past, if you would divine the future.' - Confucius
01/29/06 1:38 PM GMT
Orion didnít look like that when I had a gander last night:-) Itís an awesome image, not just for itís beauty but for the thoughts it provokes about the immensity and complexity of this so called empty space around us.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them thatís important. Ruth Ross
03/15/06 2:20 AM GMT
Wow Phil...I just got this image in the voting booth. I don't know how I missed it the first time around, but I am sure glad I found it now! The colors here are stunning as is the star field. It is amazing to me what we (as in the space people) are discovering exists in that place we used to call "out of this world" photography improves, that world is now our world to view...especially when you take the time to find these images, clean them up and do all the preparatory work so they can be posted as high quality images on Your efforts are not unnoticed. Thank you my friend :~)
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~ Mimi~
04/26/06 3:52 PM GMT
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06/17/06 1:13 AM GMT
Stunning. Simply stunning.
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02/07/07 11:22 AM GMT
Wonderful Colours! Amazing!
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07/06/07 1:39 AM GMT
And amazing image indeed, hard to wrap you head around just how vast space is with images like these.

Thanks for sharing!
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03/11/10 1:18 PM GMT
Never seen this before. My Struth it's gorgeous! Thanks for posting this wonder Phil, just totally hits my "awe and wonder" groove with perfection. Is there somewhere we can download the whole thing? Teehee.
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03/15/10 3:51 AM GMT
yes - go the
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