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Open Star Cluster M41
in Canis Major

 

 

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 Wide-Field
 


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The Cygnus Region Star Trails (North) The Big Dipper Virgo and
Coma Berenices

Hercules Double Cluster Region The Hyades The Beehive Cluster Region

Orion's Belt Region Magnitude -8 Iridium
Flare in Hercules
The Summer Triangle 8 Meteors Over 4 Hours

Scorpius -
The Scorpion
The Teapot and
the Scorpion
Leo - the Lion Gemini -
The Twins


Centaurus -
the Centaur
The Hunter and
His Dog
The Big and
Little Dippers
The Charioteer -
Auriga

The Crow and
the Cup
Corona Borealis
(Northern Crown)
M8/M20/M21
in Sagittarius
The Coathanger

NGC7000 -
North America
Nebula
Cygnus
Region
Sagittarius
Region
M24 - The Sagittarius
Star Cloud




Cassiopeia Wide-Field Auriga Wide-Field Perseus Wide-Field Orion Wide-Field



Canis Major Wide-Field The Southern Cross From 9,200 Feet on Mauna Kea M78 Region in Orion M104 with Asterisms "Jaws" - "Stargate"


 

 

Rho Ophiuchi Region M24 - The Sagittarius Star Cloud Rho Ophiuchi SOUTH Star Trails - Chiefland, FL

 

 

WEST Star Trails -
Chiefland, FL
NORTH Star Trails - Chiefland, FL The Teapot in Sagittarius West Virginia Star Trails
 

 

M24 - The Little Star Cloud M104 - The Sombrero Galaxy
with Asterisms "The Shark"
and "Stargate"
Kemble's Cascade The Coathanger
 

 

 

 

M8, M20, M21 The Milky Way Galaxy -
Scutum/Serpens Region
The Milky Way Galaxy -
Sagittarius through Cygnus
The Milky Way Galaxy -
Cygnus Region