The deer lick
NGC 7331 in Pegasus, The Deer Lick Group
Deer Lick or Deerlick may refer to: Deer Lick, Oklahoma, a census-designated place in the United States; Deerlick, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in the United States; Deer Lick Cluster, the NGC Group, a group of galaxies in constellation Pegasus; Deer Lick Nature Sanctuary, in Cattaraugus County.
A mineral lick is a place where animals can go to lick essential mineral nutrients from a deposit of salts and other minerals. Mineral licks can be naturally occurring or artificial (such as blocks of salt that farmers place in pastures for livestock to lick). Natural licks are common, and they provide essential elements such as.
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Description:The trick is to do it gradually, carefully tuning the amount of erosion over several iterations - otherwise one will get a dark ring around the eroded star, which ends up looking like a doughnut, an effect that is even more unnatural in appearance than the original bloated star! The view evokes a powerful illusion of depth, looking out over the disk of the great spiral some 50 million light-years away and into the distance beyond. The key to star erosion in PixInsight for me anyway is successive application of the MorphologicalTransformation MT tool, in concert with star masks that are customized for stars of different "size" big, medium, small. I tried again in the spring of , and then a year passed before I came back to it once more, in May Erosion algorithms work by comparing the brightness of a pixel with others nearby: It would take alot more experimentation with several new images to come before I was able to develop a workflow that could treat bloat much more aggressively. Judge for yourself whether the attention to detail is worthwhile, illustrated here by the small face-on barred spiral, with a bloated star landing in what could not be a more distracting location, smack between the galaxy's core and one of its spiral arms.