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Posted by Russell Carroll on July 18, 2001 17:12:15 UTC

Actually, the remnants of a He flash are visible even with binoculars. Its called a planetary nebula, of which there ar many that are easily observed. I was photographing M27, otherwise known as the "Dumbell" nebula (no inference intended :))

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