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Space Framed Print featuring the photograph End of Orions Belt by Bruce Feagle


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8.00" x 6.50"

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13.50" x 12.00"


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End of Orions Belt Framed Print

Bruce Feagle

by Bruce Feagle

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End of Orions Belt framed print by Bruce Feagle.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

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The Horsehead Nebula and its companion, the Flame Nebula, sit near the star Alnitak, the easternmost star in the Belt of Orion. Today, we know that... more

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Artist's Description

The Horsehead Nebula and its companion, the Flame Nebula, sit near the star Alnitak, the easternmost star in the Belt of Orion. Today, we know that the Horsehead is a dark, light-gobbling nebula made of cold gas and dust. The nebulosity behind the Horsehead is said to be energized by the bright star Sigma Orionis, the bright blueish star you see in the center of my image. Although it appears as one bright star, it is actually a system of five stars.

About Bruce Feagle

Bruce Feagle

On a starry, starry night, back in 1973, a young Bruce Feagle stepped onto his family farm in High Springs, Florida in Alachua County, and saw the Milky Way for the very first time. It blew his 9-year-old mind and started a lifelong study of astronomy and of course, fast-moving vehicles. He’s obsessed with speed. At the time, he wasn’t sure where this newly found passion would lead him, but he never forgot about that day when he looked into the night sky and saw the beginning and end of everything and how we are all connected to stardust. It was not until 1985, when Bruce was 21 years old that he looked through his first telescope while living with his bandmates in the California desert. He was sporting a badass mullet at the time,...

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