M45 is an open star cluster and also reflection nebula but to see any nebulosity you need long exposure photograph. The planetary nebula NGC 7293, also known as the Helix Nebula lies in Aquarius about a third of the way from Upsilon (υ) Aquarii to 47. It points to a bright orange star called Aldebaran, keep the line going and eventually, you will see 6 bright stars very close together. Through the 13mm Nagler things looked even better with the nebula filling the entire field of view. Big-aperture fully motorized GoTo Dobsonian reflector In a 12-inch f/5 telescope the Veil Nebula in Cygnus is beautiful, and so bright that one notes it even when sweeping. 2017-12-21. Credit: Michael Vlasov. I have looked at the Orion Nebula in telescopes from 50mm up to 300mm aperture. The base is a manual altazimuth with smooth controls for the tracking of celestial objects. M42 is located at a distance of 1,344 ± 20 light years and is the closest region of massive star formation to Earth. M42, the Orion Nebula, looked superb through my 24mm Panoptic - loads of texture, dark rifts etc, and I'm sure I detected a faint greenish colour to the central regions of the nebula. I have a 200mm telescope which collects perhaps 1600x as much light as my naked eye, but objects such as the Andromeda Galaxy or the Orion Nebula are no brighter in appearance than I can see with my naked eye, or through binoculars. This is actually the second time he has captured this UFO. You may believe this to be true but it is not. In your question, you mention a comparison of a NASA image with a view of the same object through a telescope. It is one of the brightest nebulae, and is visible to the naked eye in the night sky. Imaging done on January 6, 2016. From the Manufacturer. Number one on the list is the Orion Nebula, above. Granted, with small telescopes, it won’t look like this Hubble Space Telescope image, but The Great Nebula … The Orion Nebula (also known as Messier 42, M42, or NGC 1976) is a diffuse nebula situated in the Milky Way, being south of Orion's Belt in the constellation of Orion. But in a 5-inch f/5 the Veil is visible only with difficulty to keen eyes. The Orion Nebula was the last object Herschel viewed through this telescope before he retired the ungainly beast. I have never seen what a photo shows. This largely depends on the observer, the local light pollution as well as the transparency of the sky. A few weeks ago he also caught it. Date of sighting: December 2017. Heavy editing and stars removed to help bring out more nebula … Giant Cylinder UFO Seen In Orion Nebula Through Telescope, Dec 2017, UFO Sighting News. Location of UFO: Orion Nebula. Find the Orion belt(3 bright stars of Orion constellation) and follow the belt to the right. Hi Moi, Thank you for your comment, but I have to disagree. It made it very easy to set up and operate. Minimum equipment needed: naked eye ... (M82) and, to its south, an oval of light (M81). The Orion StarBlast 4.5 Astro Reflector Telescope is a great compact grab-and-go telescope, ideal for beginner and intermediate stargazers.. What we enjoyed about this deep space telescope is the sturdy table-top base. The Orion Nebula, 10-minute total exposure using a Canon 6D and Meade 12" LX90. This UFO was captured on camera by a person in North Carolina using an eight inch telescope. 20-second subs at ISO 3200. View of the Orion Nebula through an 8-inch telescope, 80x magnification. French comet hunter Charles …