Month: May 2019

NGC 3199

NGC 3199 NGC 3199 is an emission nebula in Carina at a distance of about 12,000 light years. The near complete ring is lopsided with a much brighter section to the left of the image. Near the centre of the ring is a hot, massive Wolf-Rayet star that generates an intensive stellar wind and creates […]

NGC 4365

NGC 4365 NGC 4365 is the large and brightest elliptical galaxy in very crowded region of different types of galaxies in Virgo at a distance of 70 MLY. F.O.V.   44 x 44 minutes of arc. Telescope.   10 Inch F 4.0 Newtonian. Camera.   S Big ST4000 XCM OSC CCD. Exposure and Date.   23 x 600 sec.  April […]

NGC 2467

NGC 2467 NGC 2467 is a colourful star forming region at an approx. distance of 15,000 light years. Several star clusters and dark nebulae in a starry backdrop makes this an very interesting region in Puppis. F.O.V.   44 x 44 minutes of arc. Telescope.   10 Inch F 4.0 Newtonian. Camera.   S Big ST4000 XCM OSC […]