It's amazing, what looks like a single point of light in the most recognizable star formation of the Northern Hemisphere is actually a unfathomably massive star forming region. Churning out stars and proto solar systems just down the street from us in our own Milky Way.
Here she is in all her glory...well at least all the glory I could capture, there's so much going on there.
|29 frames stacked in DeepSkyStacker|
Williams Optics 81mm, f6, 45 sec, ISO2000
Better than the previous Orion Nebula image? ...I like to think so.