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4 February 2017 | NGC 7023 – European Astronomy Picture of the Day

4 February 2017 | NGC 7023 – European Astronomy Picture of the Day

NGC2264 Christmas Tree Nebula Image contains Cone nebula, Christmas Tree cluster, NGC 2264, Hubble's variable nebula, NGC 2261, 15Mon

Christmas Tree Nebula Image contains Cone nebula, Christmas Tree cluster, NGC Hubble's variable nebula, NGC

The-Double-Cluster-Henrique-Silva.jpg 1,600×1,000 pixels

The-Double-Cluster-Henrique-Silva.jpg 1,600×1,000 pixels

Loving this Robert Gendler 'Planetary Nebula In Musca (NGC 5189)' Wall Art on #zulily! #zulilyfinds

Take a look at this Robert Gendler 'Planetary Nebula In Musca (NGC Wall Art today!

IC 1805, The Heart Nebula. Located in the constellation of Cassiopeia 7,500 light years away from Earth. The Nebula glows red due to a small group of stars named Melotte 15 which emits radiation upon the Nebula causing it to glow

IC The Heart Nebula. Located in the constellation of Cassiopeia light years away from Earth. The Nebula glows red due to a small group of stars named Melotte 15 which emits radiation upon the Nebula causing it to glow

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Image of the Triangulum Galaxy (Messier by Terry Hancock and Ron Brecher.

The Merope Nebula or Tempel's Nebula ( NGC 1435) is a diffuse reflection nebula, possibly a supernova remnant, in the Pleiades star cluster, surrounding the 4th magnitude star Merope. It appears blue in photographs because of the fine carbon dust spread throughout the cloud. Though it was once thought the Pleiades formed from this and surrounding nebulae, it is now known that the Pleiades nebulosity is caused by a chance encounter with the cloud.

The Merope Nebula or Tempel's Nebula ( NGC 1435) is a diffuse reflection nebula, possibly a supernova remnant, in the Pleiades star cluster, surrounding the 4th magnitude star Merope. It appears blue in photographs because of the fine carbon dust spread throughout the cloud. Though it was once thought the Pleiades formed from this and surrounding nebulae, it is now known that the Pleiades nebulosity is caused by a chance encounter with the cloud.

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astronomicalwonders: “ The Lagoon Nebula - in Infrared The Lagoon Nebula (also known as Messier or NGC is a giant interstellar cloud and emission nebula located in the constellation.

M8 Lagoon in HST colors  The Lagoon Nebula (catalogued as Messier 8 or M8, and as NGC 6523) is a giant interstellar cloud in the constellation Sagittarius. It is classified as an emission nebula and as a H II region.  Credit: NASA/Hubble, David...

Lagoon in HST colors The Lagoon Nebula (catalogued as Messier 8 or and as NGC is a giant interstellar cloud in the constellation Sagittarius. It is classified as an emission nebula and as a H II region.

NGC 6992 Image Of Team Credit: Leonardo Ciuffolotti, Riccardo De Benedictis, Paolo Demaria, Giuseppe Donatiello, Marco Favro, Marco Favuzzi, Rolando Ligustri, Alessandro Elio San Milani, Zlatko Orbanic, Andrea Pistocchini, Tim Stone, Adriano Valvasori.

NGC 6992 Image Of Team Credit: Leonardo Ciuffolotti, Riccardo De Benedictis, Paolo Demaria, Giuseppe Donatiello, Marco Favro, Marco Favuzzi, Rolando Ligustri, Alessandro Elio San Milani, Zlatko Orbanic, Andrea Pistocchini, Tim Stone, Adriano Valvasori.

ngc 6087 | Hubble -  is the brightest of the open clusters in Norma with a magnitude of 5.4. It lies in the southeastern corner of the constellation between Alpha Centauri and Zeta Arae. Thought to be around 100 million years old, it is about 3300 light-years away and is around 14 light-years in diameter. Its brightest member is the Cepheid variable S Normae.

ngc 6087 | Hubble - is the brightest of the open clusters in Norma with a magnitude of 5.4. It lies in the southeastern corner of the constellation between Alpha Centauri and Zeta Arae. Thought to be around 100 million years old, it is about 3300 light-years away and is around 14 light-years in diameter. Its brightest member is the Cepheid variable S Normae.

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