Sh2-308, the Gourd Nebula in Canis Major, blown out by winds of the massive star at its center.
M16, the Eagle Nebula, with the Pillars of Creation standing at center, shaped by the winds of the powerful stars above it
NGC 2359, Thor's Helmet, a bubble of gas expanding from a powerful star in Canis Major
IC1805, the center of the Heart Nebula, with remarkable twisting cloud pillars.
NGC 6888, the Crescent Nebula in Cygnus, blown out by winds from its strong central star
Sh2-132, the Lion Nebula, 12,000 light years away in Cepheus
NGC 7635, the Bubble Nebula in Cassiopeia, 500,000 times as wide as the distance from here to our sun
IC1805, the Heart Nebula, formed by the massive hot star cluster at center
IC 1318, the brilliant emission colors of the Gamma Cygni complex 1800 light years away
IC1848, with lobes carved out by stellar winds from the embedded stars
NGC 2237, the Rosette Nebula in Monoceros, formed by the cluster of 100 bright stars at its center.
NGC 7000, the Cygnus Wall of clouds, 2000 light years away and spanning 2 full moons in our sky
NGC 2467, 14,000 light years away in Puppis.
IC1871, the center of the Soul Nebula, with dust towers and star clusters in Cassiopeia
Sh2-115, an unnamed object located 7500 LY away in Cygnus, next to Abell 71, a small round emission region.
IC5070 - note the tiny jets of the birthing star at the tip of the tall cloud pillar
NGC 6357, the Lobster Nebula, contains a number of star clusters and emission regions 5000 LY away in Scorpius
WR134, 6000 light years away in Cygnus and the same size to us as our moon.
Sh2-157, including the Fishhead Nebula and the Bubble Nebula, 8000 light years away in Cassiopeia.
Sh2-101, the Tulip Nebula, 8000 light years away in Cygnus
NGC 281, the Pacman Nebula, showing Bok globule dust globs of forming stars
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