Planetary Nebula in Scorpius
The Lobster Nebula
NGC 6334, an emission nebula in Scorpius
Calwell 75, an open star cluster in Scorpius, about 14° south of Antares.
Over one hundred and forty globular clusters orbit the Milky Way outside the galactic disc structure.
Welcome to my first post for 2020. It may look slightly different this year, because I finally took the plunge … More
A bright emission nebula, located 820 light-years away in the Scorpius region of the Milky Way. The red colour comes from … More
This beautiful cluster was riding high in the clear night sky, almost at the zenith. It was the first image … More
IC 4628, a bright H II (ionised atomic hydrogen) emission nebula in Scorpius, is more than seventy light years in … More
A bright emission nebula, located in Scorpius. Probably a bit too close to the Moon that night. I also had … More
An open cluster (also known as Messier 6) in Scorpius which is estimated to be just 50-100 million years old. The bright star … More
This is what a galaxy looks like from the inside! Taken in 2016, this wide-field image shows the glory of … More