Lets see the Orion nebula.
rion nebula is one of the brightest nebula on sky, visible in the night sky but The star appears fuzzy to sharp-eyed observers.
Orion nebula also famous as Messier 42 (M42) or NGC 1976.
Where to Look Orion nebula?
first, Find the constellation Orion, Three bright stars in a line make up the “belt” of Orion;
dangling like a sword from this belt is a line of very faint stars.
Orion appear and easy to find on evening night sky in December until February.
normally The human eye is almost colorblind to dim light and, its why you can only see looks like a fuzzy patch of light rather than a sharp point.
even if you using some binoculars or small telescope, the color of Orion nebula is always grey or the nebula will appear to be a bright, irregular patch of light, with a few tiny stars in the center of the patch.
at first you may see only a dimm, fan-shaped glow enveloping a few star. maybe you can only see more colorfull Orion nebula on magazine or image gallery (usually taken by large aperture telescope combined with CCD images).
you can follow this star maps for location guide.
more detail star maps for Orion nebula (M42):
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