Wednesday, January 11, 2006


Close on the heels of the Spitzer shot of the Milky Way we have an amazing Hubble shot of Orion. (Nothin' like a little healthy, nerdy, competion.) And not just any Hubble shot - one of the most detailed deep space images ever taken. This huge 18,000 x 18,000 pixel (that's a third of a billion pixels) image was released today by NASA and shows thousands of stars never before seen in visible light.

Here are links to choose from...

18,000 x 18,000 (24 MB)
6,000 x 6,000 (3 MB)
1280 x 1024
HubbleSite Info

Previous related Wohba links:
Milky Way Galaxy
Andromeda Galaxy


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