Rho Ophiuchi Cloud Complex is a dark nebula of gas and dust, an emission and reflection nebula of about 14 light-years across, that’s located at some 460 light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Ophiuchus. Took this with a Canon 5D2 and a 135mm F2 at Mount Bromo on 24 August 2014.
Categories: Astronomy, Deep Sky Objects, NebulaeBy Justin NgLeave a comment
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Starting out as a self-taught photographer in September 2010, Justin Ng has garnered his photographic experience from a diverse range of subjects, events and locations eventually earning recognition and publication in world-famous media sources like the BBC, CNN, National Geographic, Yahoo!, Space.com, EarthSky, UniverseToday and just to name afew. Justin was published as Asia's top 30 photographers by Signature Weddings, top 6 landscape photographers in the world by Pixoto, top astrophotographer in the world by Top Ten Magazine and he has been listed as Canon EOS World Photographer of the Year 2013. Subscribe to Justin Ng Photo's mailing list. Quality of all images in this blog is set to 30% to keep the filesize small.