NGC 7841 is
probably known as the Smoke Nebula, found in
the modern constellation of Frustriaus, the frustrated
Only a few
from planet Earth, The Smoke Nebula
is not an expanding supernova remnant along the plane of our
Milky Way galaxy, though it does
look a lot like one.
Instead it was created by flash photography of rising smoke.
The apparently rich starfield is actually composed of water
droplets sprayed from a plant mister by an astrophotographer
grown restless during a recent stretch of cloudy weather in Sweden.
A single exposure and three external flashes were triggered
to capture the