Here is a statue – not necessarily the Statue of Liberty, because it is difficult to say who and why built it.
This is by far the most difficult picture I have ever done. The problem was that too few photons were registered in the oxygen and sulfur spectra lines. Heavy processing allowed me to extract these photons nonetheless, and thus my next complete photo was created.
The object is called NGC 3576 and it is not visible from my (and probably neither from your) northern sky (unfortunately). It lies in one of the four largest arms of our beloved galaxy, called the Sagittarius Arm – just a few thousand light years away from my previous photo – Eta Carinae. Exposure 4 hours. Location: South Africa.