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Andromeda Galaxy

Andromeda - headed this way!

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Bubble Nebula

NGC 7635, the Bubble Nebula. Created by the stellar wind from a hot young star.

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Horsehead Nebula

Horsehead nebula, in the Orion Constellation. Dust clouds block hydrogen emission in the background.

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Triangulum Galaxy

M33, the third largest galaxy in our 'local group', the milky way, Andromeda, and M33.

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Great Orion Nebula

Probably the brightest deep sky object, visible in winter.

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Pleiades

M45, 'the Seven Sisters' , would make a good symbol for a car.

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Whirlpool Galaxy

M51, the Whirlpool Galaxy, interacts with it companion, NGC5195.

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Pinwheel Galaxy

Spiral Galaxy in Ursa Major, the Big Dipper

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Rosette Nebula

Part of our Milky Way. Red color comes from hydrogen emiision excited by young stars.

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Running Man Nebula

In the Orion Constellation

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Veil Nebula

Super Nova remnant in the Constellation Cygnus

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Witchhead Nebula

Reflection Nebula illuminated by the nearby bright star Rigel