Moon light
This image is the story of a long way of photons.

Burning helium generates light which hits the moonlit expanse, then, reflected, moves 384 400 km to the telescope's main mirror, then to the secondary reflector and finally after about 9 minutes, being gathered by a camera lense in 3 cm away from telescope's viewfinder, projects moon image on its matrix.

Signed and numbered
Edition of 3
Print type: Plotter print
Dimensions: 30 x 42 cm
Black deep frame and passepartout
Year: 2020
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