Andrea Armani
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Salvia, my little Russian Tortoise (Testudo Horsfieldii)

Salvia, my little Russian Tortoise (Testudo Horsfieldii)

In 1764, Charles Messier discovered this celestial object, M27, the Dumbbell Nebula. The image shown here represents an international collaboration between Andre van der Hoeven in Holland, Fred Herrmann in Alabama and Terry Hancock in Fremont, Michigan. Says Hancock, "Using narrow band filters and very long exposures we were able to capture the outer hydrogen and oxygen shell of M27, which is not normally visible in amateur images."

Dumbbell Nebula including its halo - is the second brightest planetary nebula in the sky, with a magnitude of This nebula is next to one of the most studied planetary nebulae. - Credit: Terry Hancock, Fred Herrmann and Andr van der Hoeven.

Val Lomasona - Trentino - Italy

Val Lomasona - Trentino - Italy

Fiavè - Trentino - Italy

Fiavè - Trentino - Italy

Pictures of animals in Trentino - Italy

Pictures of animals in Trentino - Italy