Globular star cluster Omega Centauri
Omega Centauri, our brightest global cluster is located in constellation Centaurus, It is the biggest global cluster can be seen from Earth at a disctance of 15 800 light-years.
Southern Pinwheel Galaxy
Southern Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as the M83, is a barred spiral galaxy located in the southern constellation Hydra.
Coma Cluster of Galaxies
Coma Cluster is a dense cluster of galaxies in constellation Coma Berenices. It contains over 1,000 identified galaxies. Along with the Leo Cluster, they make up the Coma Supercluster.
The Triangulum Galaxy
The Triangulum Galaxy is the brightest galaxy of the constellation Triangulum, which is just visible to the naked eye.
NGC 3184 is a spiral galaxy approximately 40 million light-years away in the constellation Ursa Major. It has two HII regions named NGC 3180 and NGC 3181.
The Foal Nebula
Sitting in Cepheus not far from the Iris Nebula a network of Lynds Bright and dark objects can be found. This picture shows part of LBN468 which contains LDN 1150, 1155.
The Wizard Nebula
The Wizard Nebula, NGC7380 is located in constellation Cepheus, which lies roughly 8000 light-years away. It is categorized with number 142 by Stewart Sharpless in 1958.
The Great Globular Cluster
The Great Globular Cluster is brighty shinning deep sky object in constellation Hercules.
NGC6820 emission nebula and NGC6823 open cluster
Doublet of the sparkling NGC6823 and NGC6820 emission nebula in constellation Vulpecula.
The entrace of the sky's cave
This colorful skyscape features the dusty, reddish glow of Sharpless catalog emission region Sh2-155, the Cave Nebula.
M106 and it's neighborhood
The most famous galaxy in the constellation Canes Venatici and it's rich surroundings can be seen here.
In the shadow of VdB152
VdB152 is a reflection nebula, which is illuminated by a star. The molecular cloud, LDN1216, is a dark nebula located in constellation Cepheus.
The Flaming Star Nebula
A runaway star lights the Flaming Star Nebula in this cosmic scene. The Flaming Star Nebula's billowing interstellar clouds of gas and dust located in constellation Auriga.
The Pacman Nebula
In the '80 years living a succes game is called Pacman. The Pacman Nebula got its name after the protagonist of the game.
The Bubble Nebula
The Bubble Nebula and its surroundings, inter alia, M52 located in the border of constellation Cassiopeia.
The Devil's Head Nebula
Towering pillars of cold gas and dark dust adorn the center star forming region of Sharpless 171.
The North America Nebula
The name of the photo hail from shapes of the emission nebula. You can easly recognise the Gulf of Mexico, Florida Peninsula, Yucatan Peninsula.
The complex of Veil Nebula
A widefield photo of a famous supernova remnant called Veil Nebula. Located in contsellaton Cygnus.
The complex of California Nebula
A wide-field photograph of the California Nebula and its surroundings. The connection of the cosmic dust and the bright nebula can be seen.
The Crescent Nebula
NGC 6888, also known as the Crescent Nebula, is a cosmic bubble about 25 light-years across, blown by winds from its central, bright, massive star.
In the heart of constallation Auriga
Rich in star clusters and nebulae, the ancient constellation of the Charioteer (Auriga) rides high in northern winter night skies.
In the heart of constellation Cygnus
The most exciting part of the night sky in the summer is the constellation Cygnus.