The Triangulum galaxy

The Triangulum galaxy

The Triangulum galaxy, M33, is located in the northern constellation Triangulum. As seen from Earth it has a really wide angular size thanks to its proximity to our Milky Way. M33 is over 50,000 light-years in diameter, and it’s located some 3 million...
The Silver Coin galaxy, NGC 253

The Silver Coin galaxy, NGC 253

The Silver Coin galaxy, NGC253, was discovered by the astronomer and mathematician Caroline Herschel in 1783. It can be located in the southern constellation of Sculptor some 11.4 million light-years from Earth. It has a great star rate formation. It’s the...
Clouds of Andromeda

Clouds of Andromeda

A deep integration time on a wide field image of Andromeda Galaxy (M31), using an Ha filter, shows an amazing view that has been recently called the Clouds of Andromeda. A faint structure of Galactic Cirrus, part of our Milky Way. The image covers a diagonal that...
NGC 6744 spiral galaxy surrounded by IFN

NGC 6744 spiral galaxy surrounded by IFN

The spiral galaxy NGC6744 lies some 30 million light-years away from our home galaxy, the Milky Way. This amazing structure can be found in the southern Pavo constellation appearing as a faint and diffuse object. The galaxy is nearly 175,000 light-years across, larger...
M106 wide field of galaxies with IFN

M106 wide field of galaxies with IFN

Messier 106 is an intermediate spiral galaxy that can be found in the Canes Venatici constellation, some 20 light-years away from our Milky Way. Rarely spotted before, the M106 group of galaxies is surrounded by a faint IFN (Integrated Flux Nebula) that may be part of...
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