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Center of The Trifid Nebula
The Dancing Nebula by Casperium
Cool color nebulae
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Eagle Nebula in the constellation Serpens
The Most Amazing Hubble Image Ever
Photographing Orion with a William Optics Fluorostar 132
The Orion Nebula Photographic Print
Cat's eye Nebula. Amazing colors... Credit: Hubble Space Telescope
The Soul Nebula (IC 1848) IC 1848 is rather a large emission nebula in the constellation Cassiopeia.  It is often referred to as the “Embryo Nebula” because of its characteristic shape.  Because of its neighbor to the SE, IC 1805(Heart Nebula), reference to them both is The Heart & Soul.  Credit: Azin Dark Skies
The Helix Nebula (NGC 7293 or also the eye of God): Planetary nebula in the constellation Aquarius with brightness of +6.30. The apparent diameter is specified with 16.0 'x 28.0'. Photo shown here has a diagonal field of view width (FOV) of slightly more than 1 °. The whole structure with all the fine nebulae around is much greater than the usually specified diameter. Picture was stacked from 200 shots h-Alpha & 135 shots RGB with a total exposure time of 37 hrs.
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The Sombrero Galaxy (also known as Messier Object 104, M104 or NGC 4594) is an unbarred spiral galaxy in the constellation Virgo located approximately 28 million light-years (8.6 Mpc) from Earth.
This composite image of NGC 6357 contains X-ray data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and the ROSAT telescope (purple), infrared data from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope (orange), and optical data from the Super Cosmos Sky Survey (blue) made by the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope.
Rosette Nebula. Measuring 50 light years in diameter, the large, round Rosette Nebula is found on the edge of a molecular cloud in the constellation of Monoceros the Unicorn.
The Keyhole Nebula is a site of active star formation, and it contains stars that are ten times as hot and 100 times as massive as the Sun.
The Carina Nebula around the Wolf–Rayet star WR 22
The "Cone Nebula"