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WIYN Images: Nebulae (all sorts)

Nebulae are clouds of interstellar gas or dust that are illuminated in some manner, usually from the energy of nearby stars. The examples displayed here may include absorption, emission, planetary and/or reflection nebulae.

[Abell 39]
Abell 39
[Bubble Nebula]
Bubble Nebula
[Bubble Nebula]
Bubble Nebula
[Egg]
Egg
[Firework]
Firework
[Firework]
Firework
[Hubble]
Hubble
[M1, Crab]
M1, Crab
[M1, Crab]
M1, Crab
[M27, Dumbbell]
M27, Dumbbell
[M27, Dumbbell]
M27, Dumbbell
[M27, Dumbbell]
M27, Dumbbell
[M42, Orion Nebula]
M42, Orion Nebula
[M57, Ring]
M57, Ring
[M57, Ring]
M57, Ring
[M57, Ring Nebula]
M57, Ring Nebula
[M76]
M76
[NGC40]
NGC40
[NGC40]
NGC40
[NGC1275]
NGC1275
[NGC1501]
NGC1501
[Saturn]
Saturn



The WIYN Observatory is owned and operated by the WIYN Consortium, Inc., which consists of the University of Wisconsin, Indiana University, Yale University, and the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO). NOAO is operated for the National Science Foundation by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), Inc.

The WIYN telescope is one of the best imaging telescopes in the world. Some examples are collected on these pages. If you plan to use any of these images for other than your personal enjoyment please read our conditions of use


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Last updated: Apr 14 2014