Infinity Zoom – Fly Through my Deep Space Images Into the Heart of Lagoon


| | |


Infinity Zoom, is a serie of short 4K videos where we will fly through my deep space images, starting with a wide view somewhere in one of the darkest landscape places I’ve had opportunity to visit and photograph through my journey in the world with astrophotography, up to a close intimate view where we dive deep into the core of some wonderful deep sky objects captured with a telescopic view from my observatory located in Dark Sky® Alqueva region, Portugal. To watch with sound on.

In this first episode of Infinity Zoom, we departure from a Lake on Earth, and dive deep into the core of a Lagoon in space. During the short voyage of 5,200 light-years to reach Lagoon Nebula, we will fly close to Trifid Nebula and NGC 6559, lying almost at the same distant, both are located in same naked-eye region of the sky, towards the constellation of the Archer, Sagittarius. Inside the nebula, the energetic processes of star formation creates a huge chaos and a beautiful combination of colors. The red-glowing gas is resulting from high-energy starlight striking interstellar hydrogen. Hot young stars are forming in this stellar nursery. The dark dust filaments inside the nebula, were created in the atmospheres of cool giant stars and in the debris from supernovae explosions. Small dark knots, and globules that are condensing protostellar clouds are a sign that the process of star formation is still happening. The animation has been created using my real images, a total of 5 photographs captured at different focal distances from a wide angle landscape lens up to a telescopic view, for the final approach.

PT: Infinity Zoom, é uma série de pequenos videos em 4K onde vamos voar pelas minhas imagens do espaço profundo, começando com uma visão ampla a partir de uma das paisagens escuras que tive a oportunidade de visitar e fotografar ao longo das minhas viagens pelo mundo com a astrofotografia, até uma visão mais íntima onde mergulharemos profundamente no coração de alguns objectos de céu profundo fascinantes, captados com um telescópio a partir do meu observatório localizado na região do Dark Sky® Alqueva, Portugal. Para ver com o som ligado.

Neste primeiro episódio do Infinity Zoom, partimos de um lago na Terra e mergulharemos profundamente no núcleo de uma lagoa no espaço. Durante a curta viagem de 5.200 anos-luz para chegar à Nebulosa da Lagoa, voaremos perto da Nebulosa Trífida e da NGC 6559, situadas quase à mesma distância, ambas localizadas na mesma região do céu, em direção à constelação da Arqueiro, Sagitário. Dentro da nebulosa, os processos energéticos de formação de estrelas criam um enorme caos e uma combinação de cores ímpar. O gás vermelho-brilhante é resultante da luz estelar de alta energia que atinge o hidrogénio inter-estelar. Estrelas jovens e quentes formam-se assim neste berço estelar. Os filamentos de poeira escura dentro da nebulosa, foram criados nas atmosferas de estrelas gigantes e na sequência de explosões de supernovas. Os pequenos nódulos escuros que se espalham pela nebulosa estão condensando as nuvens proto-estelares, sendo um sinal de que o processo de formação estelar continua a ocorrer. A animação foi criada usando imagens reais da minha autoria, num total de 5 fotografias captadas com diferentes distâncias focais desde uma lente grande angular de paisagem até uma visão telescópica, para a aproximação final.


List of individual images used in the animation | Lista das imagens individuais usadas na animação:

Wonders of Deep Sky Around the Galactic Center Shining above Alqueva Lake | The Starry Dusty Field from the Core of Our Milky Way Galaxy |The Crowded Starfield Around Lagoon, Trifid and NGC 6559 | The Wonderful Lagoon of Deep Space | The Colorful Region of NGC 6559 in Sagittarius.

 

BUY THIS PRINT | COMPRAR ESTA IMPRESSÃO



Buy a Fine Art Print or Wall Decor of this Image
– Make your order Now! 

You can choose the best style of print do you preffer to decorate in a fashion way your walls. Metal Prints with durable and vivid colors, Acrylic, Canvas or the highest quality Gallery Print – a 6 colour UV direct printing on acrylic glass (2mm) including light colours and reinforced by an aluminium dibond plate (3mm). Those type of Prints can highlight the final work in an artistic way, showing the photograph as a piece of art. I work with two high quality specialized Labs in US and in Europe, using Kodak Professional Endura Premier Metallic papers and Fujifilm Crystal Archive DP II Professional.  You can select the image above or freely navigate to more than 800 photographs available in my gallery – each one with their own story and magic – and choose the photograph you would love to have in your home or office.

How to Order – Simple and easy, just “copy and paste” the link of this page or the image you choosed and fill it in the form below, with the size you want and any detail you wish to include on the message, like your country, name and postal address. Free Shipping included to all prints (except frames). For US and Europe the delivery is 4-8 working days, while to Portugal and Spain is normally 2-6 working days. After submitting the order through the form, I will contact you for the payment method (Paypal available or bank transfer) and with other questions related to your print(s) or requests. Once payment is confirmed, your order is shipped within 24h. In case you wish, I can send you separtely with no additional cost, a postcard autographed and numbered of the same image you have just bought, as a seal and proof of art work authenticity from the author. Let me know what is your wish.


    Your Name | O seu Nome (*)

    Your Email | O seu E-mail (*)

    Select your country | Escolha o seu País

    Size and Type of Prints to Order with Price (*)

    Select Type of Paper - For Prints Only

    Intended to Pay with | Tenciona Pagar com (*)

    Shipping | Envio Internacional (*)

    Link of the picture you choose from the gallery

    Delivery Address | Additional Questions

    Copyright 2022 © All rights reserved to the author Miguel Claro | The website content is primarily in english, and partially in portuguese: en | pt