|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|m43 field cap||1.92||0.3||959||56|
|m43 field jacket||1.92||0.5||2028||66|
Messier 43 (M43), also known as De Mairan’s Nebula, is a star-forming region located in the constellation Orion.Where can I see M43?
Located 1,600 light-years from Earth, M43 has an apparent magnitude of 9. It can be spotted through a small telescope and is best observed during January. For more information about Hubble’s observations of M43, see: This star chart for M43 represents the view from mid-northern latitudes for the given month and time.Is the Micro Four Thirds (M43) system dead?
No, the Micro Four Thirds or m43 system is not dead. A Micro Four Thirds camera (MFT – m43) is a mirrorless camera that features a Four Thirds sensor.What is the M43 Nebula?
Separated from the Orion Nebula (M42) by only a dark lane of dust, M43 was recognized as a distinct nebula by the French astronomer Jean-Jacques d’Ortous de Mairan in 1731. A massive star is illuminating M43 and sculpting its landscape of dust and gas with its radiation.