The Majestic Andromeda Galaxy
The Majestic Andromeda Galaxy
The Majestic Andromeda Galaxy
The Majestic Andromeda Galaxy
The Majestic Andromeda Galaxy
The Majestic Andromeda Galaxy

The Majestic Andromeda Galaxy

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  • Original photo taken by a renowned astrophotographer and Astrography founder: Adam Jesionkiewicz
  • Made using latest cutting edge printing technology
  • Gallery Fine Art: Giclee printed on premium ~310gsm paper with certified longevity 100+ yrs without fading
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No other objects in the universe are more beautiful than galaxies. They rose from primordial material scattered throughout the cosmos by the Big Bang. Galaxies gave life a chance to be born, they’re our home, our place in the universe. Galaxy M31 is huge, bigger than six full moons.

The Great Galaxy of the Andromeda Constellation is the brightest and the largest galaxy of the northern sky. You can see it take the shape of a mist surrounded by stars even with the naked eye in suburban skies. Under a dark sky, it can’t be missed, even if you’re just accidentally “scanning” the Andromeda Constellation. When you get hold of a large telescope it becomes picturesque. Its view takes a breath away, especially once you realize what you’re looking at

The first observations of the M31 in literature appeared in Persian scriptures by astronomer Abd Al-Rahman Al Sufi in year 964

Jesionkiewicz Telescope

The interstellar space is exceptionally scarcely populated by stars. If we compared them to poppy seeds there would be only three stars in the area comparable to the size of Europe. This means that the risk of them colliding during the collision of galaxies is close to zero. Nonetheless, for life on Earth, this may be quite problematic, because there’s no way to tell where our Sun will end up in the newly formed galaxy. If we move closer to its core – it won’t end well. We will be killed by strong radiation. The gravitational pull of the stars itself may “tear” our Solar System apart, and then we will freeze in the endless cosmos. But… there’s no reason to be worried. We still have about 3 billion years left to live our ungodly lives.

The photographs took about 20 hours of total exposure. Photons were collected through several nights in the artist's private observatory. The quality of this photography makes it one of the best of this type in the world. Photo resolution exceeds 65 mpix.
Artist: Adam Jesionkiewicz (Founder of Astrography)

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