IMPORTANT! As you have probably noticed we have upgraded our gallery and transitioned from our old website.
Some accounts on old site were missing name information and they will appear on profile and photo pages as "N/A N/A".
If you are one of those users you can easily update your name information if you visit your profile page.
One of my favorite images taken awhile back from Siding Springs Australia.
The Tarantula is located in the southern constellation Dorado (Dolphin Fish) at a distance of 160,000 light-years. The Tarantula is so intensely bright it would cast a shadow at night were it “only” 1,300 light-years distant as is the Great Nebula in Orion! Some of the brightest and most massive stars known are located in the star cluster located at its core.