I was wondering about some of the pictures in various telescope magazines. They show a beautiful â€œRing Nebulaâ€ with a 4 or 5 in. scope aperture. They say, â€œHere is a picture taken by this scope.â€ I wonder if you can actually see the Ring Nebula with your eyes looking through the scope as well as the picture portrays it, or is it that the time lapse of photography enhancing the picture. I use to take a lot of pictures of things (not astrophotography). But I know you can take a picture of an object at midnight and leave the shutter open 4-5 hrs. and the object will look like, it was almost taken in daylight. So the question is: Is that some type of advertisement hype or is that the actual view of what one would see looking through the scope? You know like some advertisement of the â€œmaximum theoretical magnificationâ€ of a telescope, which really are not realistic. Thanks, Gary.