Planetary Nebula NGC 7293.
Open Star Cluster
Planetary Nebula in Scorpius
The ‘Fine Ring’ Nebula
NGC 3918 in Centaurus
A unique planetary nebula in Scorpius
The Helix Planetary Nebula in Aquarius
M27 is known as the Dumbbell Nebula or the Apple Core Nebula.
A southern planetary nebula, located just 9° from the South Celestial Pole.
Planetary nebula M57.
Designation: NGC 3211, in southern constellation of Carina. Visual magnitude: +10.7 Apparent size: 0.3 arc-minutes. Diameter: 0.5 light years. Distance: 6,700 … More
One of the largest planetary nebula, with an apparent diameter about half the size of the Moon, the Helix Nebula is named after it’s … More
Planetary nebulae are such beautiful and varied objects – and that’s what makes them so intriguing – plus the interesting … More
Following my recent post showing a well known planetary nebula (NGC 2438) in the open star cluster M46, I was … More
Messier 46 is a rich cluster of young stars with a beautiful ring shaped planetary nebula with three stars within … More
Located in Aquarius, the Helix Nebula is one of the best and largest planetary nebulae in the entire sky. It … More
This planetary nebula, the Dumbbell, is a fairly easy target in my 8″ telescope. Even on a Moonlit public night … More
The Ring Nebula, also known as Messier 57, is a planetary nebula in the constellation of Lyra. It is what … More