Star clusters or star clouds are groups of stars. Two types of star clusters can be distinguished: globular clusters and open clusters.
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.
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 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.
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.