The Whirlpool Galaxy - The 2012 Astronomy Picture of the Year

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    The beautiful Whirpool Galaxy.

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    1. George Probst 19 months ago | reply

      Simply stunning!

    2. write_adam 19 months ago | reply

      Stunning and beautiful, congratulations!

    3. Ómar Smith 19 months ago | reply

      Just simply AMAZING !

      You deserve the win !

    4. Nomis. 19 months ago | reply

      Incredible shot

    5. lilbambi01 19 months ago | reply

      Congratulations on winning "Overall and Deep Space winner: M51 - The Whirlpool Galaxy by Martin Pugh (UK/Australia)" with this totally amazing and awesome image!

      You have a great eye; well deserved!


    6. Mary590 19 months ago | reply

      Superba ..

    7. + Rainbow + 18 months ago | reply

      what did you use to make this?

    8. squeeker2011 17 months ago | reply

      Awesome...simply awesome!

    9. marywhite376 16 months ago | reply

      Is it photoshop? Unbelivable photo...

    10. higbyrichard 16 months ago | reply

      Out of this world Martin. A worthy and inspiring winner.

    11. Ray Majrowski Thanks for 150000+ views 16 months ago | reply

      A staggering image, the finest of M51 I have seen, amazing work.

    12. Light of the Moon Photography 15 months ago | reply

      What a beautiful photo. A fantastic job of capturing it in all it's beauty!

    13. überRegenbogen 14 months ago | reply

      It's mind-blowingly mind-blowing how many stars there are in the universe. :o

    14. ship_science 6 months ago | reply

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