Prime Time Zone, Features: The solar system (the Sun, the planets orbiting the Sun) is part of the Milky Way. There are billions of such galaxies in the universe. The Milky Way galaxy, with a diameter of a million light years, is home to millions of stars. In 2009, astronomical photographer JP Metsavanio from Finland decided to photograph such a milky way. He worked hard for almost 12 years for this. He finally took several photos of the Milky Way (100,000 pixels wide, 234 invisible mosaic panels) and put them all together to form one large galaxy photo. He worked for almost 1200 hours to create a high resolution 1.7 giga pixel panoramic image with a diameter of 100,000 pixels. For this he made about 234 mosaic panels into one. The photo clearly shows the Milky Way and 20 million stars.
‘I painted most of the mosaic frames as individual compositions. First I focused on different parts of the galaxy and published them as Independent Artwork. This is my pet project. I also did all the mosaic works in Photoshop. On three color channels .. I think this is the first film to show the Milky Way with such high resolution and depth. This image is visible to us from Taurus to Cygnus as it stretches across the sky at 125 degrees. It also contains the California Nebula, which was discovered in 1884 by E. Bernard. It also includes the Cave Nebula, ‘said Metsavanio.
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