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vdB 81, NGC 2254 (Monoceros)
Ced 51, B30,B31, HH 179, HH244 ( Orion)
Vdb130 (Cygnus)
Barnard 145 (Cygnus) 2018
Starfish M38,Herschel H39-7,Abell PLN9 (Auriga)
  Abell1656 LRGB (Coma Berenices).jpg - Abell 1656 (Coma Berenices) * February-March-April 2019* Telescope CFF 135mm * G3 16200 ECC Moravian CCD * LRGB Baader filter set * L: 1220 minutes R: 965m G: 865m B:970m * All subframes unguided (Autoslew & Sequence) * The Coma Cluster (Abell 1656) is a large cluster of galaxies that contains over 1,000 identified galaxies. Abell 1656 and the Leo Cluster (Abell 1367) are the major components of the Coma Supercluster. At a distance of 320 million light years, the apparent extent of the cluster is three times larger than the Moon,. The central region is dominated by two giant elliptical. The cluster's mean distance from Earth is 321 million light years, however various galaxies in this photo are more than 400 million light years away. In the 1930s, Swiss-American astronomer Fritz Zwicky first posited the existence of dark matter in the Universe after observing the motion of galaxies at the edge of this cluster.Quasar[HB89] 1256+280 With a red shift of 2.66 is in this image ; this quasar is at a distance of about 10.3 to 12.3 Billion Light Years. Credits: Wikipedia, Bob Franke (Focal Point Observatory)  
SH2 104,LBN 195,DWB 18, GM 1-27 (Cygnus)
M101 (Ursa Major)
IC5076 (vdB 137),vdB 138,LDN 958,GN 20.57.4,LDN 955 (Cygnus)
IC5146 ,vdB 147,CGN 185 (Cygnus)B
 NGC 918 ,MBM8,MBM7 (Aries)

Abell 1656 (Coma Berenices) * February-March-April 2019* Telescope CFF 135mm * G3 16200 ECC Moravian CCD * LRGB Baader filter set * L: 1220 minutes R: 965m G: 865m B:970m * All subframes unguided (Autoslew & Sequence) * The Coma Cluster (Abell 1656) is a large cluster of galaxies that contains over 1,000 identified galaxies. Abell 1656 and the Leo Cluster (Abell 1367) are the major components of the Coma Supercluster. At a distance of 320 million light years, the apparent extent of the cluster is three times larger than the Moon,. The central region is dominated by two giant elliptical. The cluster's mean distance from Earth is 321 million light years, however various galaxies in this photo are more than 400 million light years away. In the 1930s, Swiss-American astronomer Fritz Zwicky first posited the existence of dark matter in the Universe after observing the motion of galaxies at the edge of this cluster.Quasar[HB89] 1256+280 With a red shift of 2.66 is in this image ; this quasar is at a distance of about 10.3 to 12.3 Billion Light Years. Credits: Wikipedia, Bob Franke (Focal Point Observatory) Download Imagen original
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