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Just one I found on the Net.....


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Not using the Hubble palate so I'm guessing it's the sort of image Olly Penrice produces with hours and hours of data?


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It doesn't look right, there is no colour to it, particularly in the larger Ha star forming regions, it seems washed out. That and the stars in our galaxy are really colourful. I could be wrong, but the data could have been good and just the processing has been done differently.

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Yes, Pete has it right. That's an ultra violet image. We probably won't see many new images like this as most research is looking at infra red for the future

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