But the sharp and detailed image (Wolfgang threw away all images
showing seeing worse than 1.1 arc-sec) also demonstrates numerous astrophysical
phenomena, as it peeks into a star-birth region. The scene shows
dramatic clash of the gravity, trying to create new stars from
globules of interstellar gas, and the strong stellar winds originating
from already born young massive and bright stars, tearing the clouds
apart sooner than they become too dense and gravity wins and creates
new stars and possibly planets circling around them.
Image was taken with C3-61000 PRO camera on 60 cm (24”) ASA600 RC
telescope with f/4.5 focal reducer.