The Andromeda Galaxy photographed with a 12.5-inch telescope by amateur astronomer Robert Gendler. - Credit: © 2002 R. Gendler, Photo by R. Gendler

The Andromeda Galaxy photographed with a 12.5-inch telescope by amateur astronomer Robert Gendler. - Credit: © 2002 R. Gendler, Photo by R. Gendler

Amateur Astronomer's Association Calendar- Stargazing in NYC

Amateur Astronomer's Association Calendar- Stargazing in NYC

An amateur astronomer has discovered a new system.   Thanks to Kepler  and various other instruments, an amateur astronomer succeeded in di...

An amateur astronomer has discovered a new system. Thanks to Kepler and various other instruments, an amateur astronomer succeeded in di...

Pleiades Perfection: Amateur Astronomer Snaps Spectacular Photo of 'Seven Sisters'

Pleiades Perfection: Amateur Astronomer Snaps Spectacular Photo of 'Seven Sisters'

Bubble Nebula Dazzles in Amateur Astronomer's Photo

Bubble Nebula Dazzles in Amateur Astronomer's Photo

Amateur Astronomer Catches Cosmic 'Tadpoles'  in Celestial Sea (Photo)

Amateur Astronomer Catches Cosmic 'Tadpoles' in Celestial Sea (Photo)

Magnificent Orion Nebula Captured by Amateur Astronomer (Photo)

Magnificent Orion Nebula Captured by Amateur Astronomer (Photo)

Trifid Nebula Glows in Stunning Photo By Amateur Astronomer

Trifid Nebula Glows in Stunning Photo By Amateur Astronomer

Informally known as the "Soap Bubble Nebula", this planetary nebula (officially known as PN G75.5+1.7) was discovered by amateur astronomer Dave Jurasevich on July 6th, 2008. It was noted and reported by Keith Quattrocchi and Mel Helm on July 17th, 2008. This image was obtained with the Kitt Peak Mayall 4-meter telescope on June 19th, 2009 in the H-alpha (orange) and [OIII] (blue) narrowband filters. In this image, north is to the left and east is down.

Space Photo of the Day 2013

Informally known as the "Soap Bubble Nebula", this planetary nebula (officially known as PN G75.5+1.7) was discovered by amateur astronomer Dave Jurasevich on July 6th, 2008. It was noted and reported by Keith Quattrocchi and Mel Helm on July 17th, 2008. This image was obtained with the Kitt Peak Mayall 4-meter telescope on June 19th, 2009 in the H-alpha (orange) and [OIII] (blue) narrowband filters. In this image, north is to the left and east is down.

The nebula Kronberger 61.

The nebula Kronberger 61.

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