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Messier Objects - Browse Images - 24

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M001 - The Crab Nebula
M001 - The Crab Nebula
This is a narrow band image of a supernova remnant, the Crab Nebula - M001, displayed with the Hubble Palate of colors.
M005
M005
This is an image of the globular cluster, M005, in the head of the Serpent, Serpens (Caput).
M011 - The Wild Duck Cluster
M011 - The Wild Duck Cluster
M011, the Wild Duck Cluster, is an open cluster in the constellation, Scutum (the shield).
M013 and NGC6207
M013 and NGC6207
M13, the great globular cluster in Hercules shines at a magnitude of 5.8 with an apparent size of 20 arc minutes corresponding to a diameter of 145 light years
M027 - The Dumbbell Nebula
M027 - The Dumbbell Nebula
M27, the Dumbbell Nebula, in Vulpecula, the Fox, was named for its resemblance to a bodybuilder's hand weight.
M029 - The Cooling Tower
M029 - The Cooling Tower
M029 is an open cluster in Cygnus that is surrounded by nebulae.
M031, M032 and M110
M031, M032 and M110
This is an image of M031, the Great Andromeda Galaxy.
M033
M033
M033 is a beautiful spiral galaxy in the constellation, Tiangulum.
M034 - The Spiral Cluster
M034 - The Spiral Cluster
M34, the Spiral Cluster, is an open cluster composed of between 60 and 100 stars in the Constellation Perseus.
M038 - The Starfish Cluster
M038 - The Starfish Cluster
M38, the Starfish Cluster is an open cluster composed of about 120 stars in the constellation Auriga.
M042 - The Great Orion Nebula
M042 - The Great Orion Nebula
M42 and M43 are know as the Great Orion Nebula in Orion's Sword.
M043 - De Mairan's Nebula
M043 - De Mairan's Nebula
M42 and M43 are know as the Great Orion Nebula in Orion's Sword.
M046
M046
M46 is a very rich open cluster of stars located in Puppis with a small planetary nebula in its field
M051 - The Whirlpool Galaxy and NGC 5195
M051 - The Whirlpool Galaxy and NGC 5195
M051 in the constellation, Canes Venatici, is one of the most recognized images in astronomy.
M057 & IC 1296
M057 & IC 1296
M057 is a beautiful planetary nebula located in the constellation of Lyra, the Harp.
M063 The Sunflower Galaxy
M063 The Sunflower Galaxy
M63 is a spiral galaxy, but with a twist. This spiral has lost cohesion in its arms and they are gradually being whirled into space.
M064 - Black Eye Galaxy
M064 - Black Eye Galaxy
M64's pattern of smooth swirling arms around a whiter core with one edge (northern) lined by dark dust lanes is reminiscent of a closed human eye with a "shiner." Hence the name, Black Eye Galaxy.
M067 - King Cobra Cluster
M067 - King Cobra Cluster
M67 is an open cluster in Cancer that is visible to the naked eye.
M078
M078
M078 in the constellation, Orion, captures areas of refection nebulae as well as dark nebulae.
M081 - Bode's Nebula
M081 - Bode's Nebula
M81 is one of the easiest and most beautiful spiral galaxies to be seen.
M082
M082
M82 (NGC 3034), also known as the Cigar Galaxy, is a magnitude 8.4 galaxy in the constellation of Ursa Major.

M092
M092
This is an image of the globular cluster, M092, in the constellation Hercules.
M101
M101
Messier 101 (M101, NGC 5457) also known as the Pinwheel Galaxy is a magnitude 8.3 face-on spiral galaxy in the constellation of Ursa Major.
Pinwheel Galaxy
Pinwheel Galaxy
I revisited M101 to see what I would get at the DHO with my equipment.


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