Thursday, January 19, 2006
One more, just because. The Orion Nebula. This detailed image is the sharpest ever from the Hubble--containing a billion pixels at resolution and it reveals about 3,000 stars. In apparent size, the picture is as large as the Full Moon.
Can you see the face at the right side center, a very sad crescent moon face, mourning the loss of his hat down at the bottom left? Also, there is a witch flying on her broom in the upper left-hand corner!