Messier

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    M1 (binoscope)
    M1 is the remnant of a supernova explosion observed by Chinese astronomers in 1054.
  • 1
    M1 (18in Dobson)
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    M04 (Nexus 100)
    The bright orangy-red star Antares is the heart of the constellation of Scorpio. It’s also one of the biggest stars in our galaxy. But even more interesting…
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    M5 (binoscope)
    M5 is one of the biggest and most beautiful globular clusters. It may contain up to 500,000 stars!
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    M08+M20 (Nexus 100)
    Here’s my impression of the Lagoon (M8 - bottom) and Trifid (M20) nebulas as they majestically filled the field of view of my binoculars.
  • M1 (binoscope)
    M1 is the remnant of a supernova explosion observed by Chinese astronomers in 1054.
  • M1 (18in Dobson)
  • M04 (Nexus 100)
    The bright orangy-red star Antares is the heart of the constellation of Scorpio. It’s also one of the biggest stars in our galaxy. But even more interesting…
  • M5 (binoscope)
    M5 is one of the biggest and most beautiful globular clusters. It may contain up to 500,000 stars!
  • M08+M20 (Nexus 100)
    Here’s my impression of the Lagoon (M8 - bottom) and Trifid (M20) nebulas as they majestically filled the field of view of my binoculars.
  • M8 (binoscope)
    The Lagoon is one of the largest star formation areas in our galaxy; It's at least eight times the size of the Orion Nebula!