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Old 30-12-2019, 02:43 PM
Martin Pugh
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IC434-NGC 2023 Metal Print

Hi folks
The attached image was nominated as NASA APOD on 17 Dec 19. It is a collaboration between myself, Mark Hanson and SSRO as the data used to produce the image was collected on their 16" RCOS and my 17" CDK, both in Chile. Total cumulative exposure time is 60 hours.

It is a spectacular image which we now make available as a metal print in two sizes: 12x19 inches or 24x39 inches.

If you are interested in purchasing a print, just contact me by PM.

all the best for 2020.

Martin Pugh
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Old 31-12-2019, 09:05 PM
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Martin, what price have you got on these? Be handy to state it upfront.
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Old 02-01-2020, 11:04 AM
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Hi George...you make a good point, but I am nevertheless pleased with the number of orders received! I just wish I could get them printed for the price I get in the US.

12x19in - $250 plus shipping.
18x 28.5in - $375 plus shipping.
24x39in - $575 plus shipping (this is a HUGE print).

Default print properties are:
Ultra gloss finish with floating hanger

Options:
semi-gloss or matte finish.
or brushed aluminium with a brushed gloss or brushed matte finish.

Each print is supplied with cleaning instructions and a descriptive essay that documents a little bit of science about IC434 plus image capture details.

cheers
Martin
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