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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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Helix Nebula

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.

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