One week ago, famed space photographer, Alan Jaras, discovered and photographed an anomalous concentration of energy at the outer limits of our galaxy. To get a closer look, the Galactic Alliance, requested David Hull, commander of the Hullbull Remote Space Telescope to photograph the anomaly.
Each new image only added to the mystery of this newly discovered energy source, now known as BL86/DS51/R15. To determine the nature of BL86/DS51/R15, and the potential dangers it could bring, an image in the gamma ray portion of the spectrum was required. Unfortunately budget cuts at the New Astrometric Survey Agency (NASA) forced the cancellation of their Gamma Ray Optimized Optical Velocity Yardstick (GROOVY) project. In desperation, I improvised an imaging device using Gamma Ray Excitation Enhancement Network / Large Array Scanning Electron Receiver (GREEN/LASER) technology.
The resulting image confirms my fears. The region of space surrounding BL86/DS51/R15 is churning with gamma ray energy. By combining this new image with the previous images of BL86/DS51/R15, scientists have confirmed that we are now dealing with the most dangerous form of energy known to mankind, Broad-Spectrum (BS) energy.
Not a real space image. Light art...obviously.
This is a composite of multiple images made without a lens. Laser light was reflected off and refracted through complex glass shapes and directed to my camera's sensor.