• The Horse Head Nebula. The Horse Head Nebula. Horse Head Nebula in Orion. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • The Iris Nebula. The Iris Nebula. The Iris Nebula or NGC 7023 is a bright reflection nebula in the constellation Cepheus. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8L. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • The Leo Triplet. The Leo Triplet. This galaxy group is in Leo and contains M65, M66, and NGC 3628. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • The Crab Nebula. The Crab Nebula. M1 or the Crab Nebula is a Supernova remnant in Taurus. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • M16 - The Eagle Nebula. M16 - The Eagle Nebula. M16 in Serpens Cauda contains the famous 'Pillars of Creation' made famous by the Hubble Space Telescope. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. Intes MN71. Canon 350D.
  • M17 - The Swan or Omega Nebula. M17 - The Swan or Omega Nebula. M17 is an H II region in the constellation Sagittarius. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • M33 - The Triangulum Galaxy. M33 - The Triangulum Galaxy. A wonderful face on galaxy in Triangulum. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8L. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • M51 - The Whirlpool Nebula. M51 - The Whirlpool Nebula. This is the archetypal, face on, grand design, spiral galaxy. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8L. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • Open cluster M52 and the Bubble Nebula. Open cluster M52 and the Bubble Nebula. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8L. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • M58 and the Siamese Twins Galaxies. M58 and the Siamese Twins Galaxies. Messier 58 in the constellation Virgo. On the left side are the Siamese Twins, NGC 4567 and NGC 4568, which are in the early process of colliding and merging with each other.
  • The Monkey Head Nebula. The Monkey Head Nebula. A star forming region in Orion. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8L. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • The Whale and Hocky Stick Galaxies. The Whale and Hocky Stick Galaxies. NGC 4631-4627 & 4656-57 in Canes Venatici. A great pair of irregular galaxies both with companions.
  • The Christmas Tree Cluster. The Christmas Tree Cluster. NGC 2264 identifies two astronomical objects as a single object: the Cone Nebula, and the Christmas Tree Cluster. Also contains the Snowflake Cluster, and the Fox Fur Nebula.
  • The Silver Dollar Galaxy. The Silver Dollar Galaxy. NCG53 in Sculptor.
  • The Firework Galaxy and Open Cluster. The Firework Galaxy and Open Cluster. NGC 6939, open cluster and NGC 6946, galaxy. This lovely pairing of a galaxy and open cluster lie on the Cepheus - Cygnus border.
  • NGC 7331 and Stephan's Quintet. NGC 7331 and Stephan's Quintet. Galaxies in Andromeda. Taken by Tony @ AstroAdventures. QHY8. Skywatcher Quattro CF 25cm.
  • Orion and Barnard's Loop. Orion and Barnard's Loop. The well known winter constellation of Orion the Hunter wreathed in vast swirls of glowing hydrogen gas and looking rather splendid. Taken with a QHY8L fitted with a Sigma 50mm f1.4 lens.
  • Thors Helmet Nebula. Thors Helmet Nebula. NGC 2359 is an emission nebula in Canis Major. The central star is the Wolf-Rayet star WR7, an extremely hot star thought to be in a brief pre-supernova stage of evolution.
  • The Veil Nebula. The Veil Nebula. The Western Veil in Cygnus. NGC 6960. Part of a huge supernova remnant. Often known as 'The Witches Broom'