M5 in snake’s head

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Globular clusters are more less all the same – bunch of a few hundreds thousands stars packed in a sphere of 50-150 light years diameter, so pretty dense. If we live in a system placed in a glob... Read More

Messier 46 and two bubbles

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Messier 46 is an open cluster in Puppis constellation. It is pretty low above horizon at my location, so I needed to wait for convenient moment to catch it. This moment has come at the end of March th... Read More

Stars among stars

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Short summer nights plus half full Moon are not a good candidates for deep sky imaging. Spring galaxies requires much exposure time, and narrowband targets are still to come later in the year. So let&... Read More

Needle mono

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It’s been already over a month since I have collected photons to the picture below. It is 120 minutes of luminance only of pretty well known Needle Galaxy – that is NGC4565 in the constell... Read More

Flaming Star

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IC405 is beautiful emission-reflection nebula in constellation of Auriga. It is placed in rich area od Milky Way about 1500 light years away from us. Bright star in its front is irregular variable AE ... Read More