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Web Extra: Gerald Rhemann's universe

This imager’s body of work showcases the beautiful objects both he and the universe are capable of producing.
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Gerald Rhemann’s images are a sky atlas unto themselves. He’s mastered the arts of deep-sky and nearby astrophotography, and he shares his work with the world on his website. If you ever feel some Earth-cabin fever coming on, check out Rhemann’s work, as it will make you feel like you’ve taken a trip through a comet’s tail and into the hearth of a nebula — without all the radiation poisoning and hypothermia.

Helix Nebula
Gallery of deep-sky objects
This image of the Helix Nebula/Aquarius (NGC 7293) was taken in May 2012 from Farm Tivoli in Namibia. (12-inch ASA, FLI PL 4240 camera, HARGB image with exposures of 200, 69, 65, and 82 minutes, respectively)
Comet PanSTARRS
Gallery of bright comets
Rhemann captured Comet C/2011 L4 (PANSTARRS) on March 19, 2013, from Bucklige Welt, Burgenland. (Tele Vue APO NP101IS, FLI ML 8300 camera, 6x40 seconds luminance)
Comet Linear

Gallery of faint comets
Comet LINEAR (C/2012 K5) as it appeared April 1, 2013, not fooling anyone. (8-inch ASA, FLI PL 16803 camera, LRGB image with exposures of 27, 27, 27, and 27 minutes, respectively)

Gerald Rhemann's setup
Gallery of observatories
If you want to know what a master imager's setups and sky views look like, look no further.
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