Other Deep-Sky

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    Abell21 (binoscope)
    The Medusa Nebula (Abell 21) is so faint that it wasn't discovered until 1955. Even with my 2x18" binoscope this nebula wasn't keen on revealing itself at…
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    Abell2666 (18in Dobson)
    When the sky’s of very good quality you might try something like this. Abell 2666 is a rich cluster of galaxies. This means that every faint fuzzy you see on…
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    ARO215 (binoscope)
    ARO 215 (also Abell 7) is an old planetary nebula in the constellation of Lepus, the hare, that's become so large that it's almost completely dissipated into…
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    Be19 (binoscopes)
    Berkeley 19's a cluster of stars 25.000 lightyears away. That's at the very edge of our galaxy!
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    IC443 (binoscope)
    IC443 or the "Jellyfish Nebula" is the remnant of a supernova that probably happened some 30.000 years ago.
  • Abell21 (binoscope)
    The Medusa Nebula (Abell 21) is so faint that it wasn't discovered until 1955. Even with my 2x18" binoscope this nebula wasn't keen on revealing itself at…
  • Abell2666 (18in Dobson)
    When the sky’s of very good quality you might try something like this. Abell 2666 is a rich cluster of galaxies. This means that every faint fuzzy you see on…
  • ARO215 (binoscope)
    ARO 215 (also Abell 7) is an old planetary nebula in the constellation of Lepus, the hare, that's become so large that it's almost completely dissipated into…
  • Be19 (binoscopes)
    Berkeley 19's a cluster of stars 25.000 lightyears away. That's at the very edge of our galaxy!
  • IC443 (binoscope)
    IC443 or the "Jellyfish Nebula" is the remnant of a supernova that probably happened some 30.000 years ago.
  • IC1296 (binoscope)