Jellyfish Nebula Captured
Thank you to Terry Hancock for sharing some more of his astrophotography! This image is of the Supernova Remnant IC443, also known as the Jellyfish Nebula and Sharpless 248. It is located in the Gemini constellation, roughly 5,000 light years away from Earth. This was taken with Chroma filters, and took a total of 16.25 hours of exposure over 3 days from Grand Mesa Observatory in CO.
To view high resolution of this image on Terry’s astrobin, click here.
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