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"Exploring the Cosmic Kaleidoscope: A Glimpse into Star Clusters" The massive galaxy cluster MACS J0717 unveils a breathtaking celestial tapestry

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: A galactic light show in spiral galaxy NGC 4258

A galactic light show in spiral galaxy NGC 4258, also known as M106, about 23 million light years away. This galaxy is famous, however

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: A Black Hole in a Globular Cluster

A Black Hole in a Globular Cluster
Artists View of a Black Hole in a Globular Cluster

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The massive galaxy cluster MACS J0717

The massive galaxy cluster MACS J0717
This composite image shows the massive galaxy cluster MACS J0717.5+3745 (MACS J0717, for short), where four separate galaxy clusters have been involved in a collision

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Wild Duck Cluster, also known as NGC 6705

The Wild Duck Cluster, also known as NGC 6705
The Wild Duck Cluster (NGC 6705), is an open cluster of almost 3, 000 stars located over 5, 000 light years from Earth towards the southern constellation of Scutum

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Southern Milky Way from Vela to Centaurus with Crux & Carina

Southern Milky Way from Vela to Centaurus with Crux & Carina
The southern Milky Way from Vela (at right) to Centaurus (at left), with the False Cross at left, the true Southern Cross at right of centre, and Alpha and Beta Centauri at left

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: NGC 457 is an open star cluster in the constellation Cassiopeia

NGC 457 is an open star cluster in the constellation Cassiopeia. It contains nearly one hundred stars and lies over 9, 000 light years away from the Sun

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Pinwheel Cluster and Starfish Cluster in the constellation Auriga

The Pinwheel Cluster and Starfish Cluster in the constellation Auriga
The Pinwheel Cluster (left), and the Starfish Cluster (right), in the constellation Auriga. The area is surrounded by a nebulosity including NGC 1931 (bottom center), IC 417 (right center)

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Vela supernova remnant in the center of the Gum Nebula area of Vela

Vela supernova remnant in the center of the Gum Nebula area of Vela
The Vela supernova remnant in the centre of the Gum Nebula area of Vela. This is the remains of a star that exploded thousands of years ago

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The bright star Altair in the constellation Aquila

The bright star Altair in the constellation Aquila
Messier 13, also known as the Hercules Globular cluster. At its distance of 25, 100 light years, its angular diameter of 20 degrees corresponds to a linear 145 light years

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Carina Nebula, also known as NGC 3372

The Carina Nebula, also known as NGC 3372
NGC 3372, known as the Great Carina Nebula, is home to massive stars and flowing nebulae of gas and dust dominated by the super-bright massive star named Eta Carinae

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Comet Lovejoy and zodiacal light in City of Rocks State Park, New Mexico

Comet Lovejoy and zodiacal light in City of Rocks State Park, New Mexico
January 16, 2015 - A scene looking west with a field stretching up to and beyond the zenith overhead, taking in the zodiacal light stretching up to the Pleiades at upper left

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Beehive Cluster

The Beehive Cluster is an open cluster in the constellation Cancer. It is one of the nearest open clusters to the Solar System, and it contains a larger star population than most other nearby clusters

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Arches star cluster deep inside the hub of our Milky Way Galaxy

The Arches star cluster deep inside the hub of our Milky Way Galaxy
This artists impression shows how the Arches star cluster appears from deep inside the hub of our Milky Way Galaxy. The illustration is based on infrared observations with Hubble

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Wild Duck Cluster in the constellation Scutum

The Wild Duck Cluster in the constellation Scutum
The Wild Duck Cluster, also known as Messier 11, in the constellation Scutum

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Comet Lemmon next to the Small Magellanic Cloud

Comet Lemmon next to the Small Magellanic Cloud

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: 1856 Burritt Huntington Chart Of Comets Star Clusters

1856 Burritt Huntington Chart Of Comets Star Clusters
1856, Burritt, Huntington Chart of Comets, Star Clusters, Galaxies, and Nebulae

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The constellation of Leo and the Coma Star Cluster in Coma Berenices

The constellation of Leo and the Coma Star Cluster in Coma Berenices. The slight brightening at bottom is from Gegenschein

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Orion constellation

The Orion constellation

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The area around the head of Scorpius

The area around the head of Scorpius, including the bright star Antares at lower left of centre and the dark lanes leading to the star Rho Ophiuchi

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: NGC 884 and NGC 869, the Double Cluster in Perseus

NGC 884 and NGC 869, the Double Cluster in Perseus

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Andromeda Galaxy and Triangulum Galaxy with star clusters

The Andromeda Galaxy and Triangulum Galaxy with star clusters
Full frame image showing the Andromeda Galaxy (Messier 31), at upper center, the Triangulum Galaxy (Messier 33), below center, NGC 752 star cluster (left of center)

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: NGC 1973, The Running Man Nebula

NGC 1973, The Running Man Nebula. This image captured with a telescope and a scientific CCD camera

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Orion and Canis Major showing dog stars Sirius and Procyon

Orion and Canis Major showing dog stars Sirius and Procyon
Orion and Canis Major, taking in Canis Minor as well, including the dog stars Sirius (lower) and Procyon (upper left). Around Orion you can see Barnards Loop

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: NGC 2264, the Christmas Tree Cluster and nebula

NGC 2264, the Christmas Tree Cluster and nebula. This image captured with a telescope and a scientific CCD camera

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Pleiades, Taurus and Orion with Jupiter over Doyle, Argentina

The Pleiades, Taurus and Orion with Jupiter over Doyle, Argentina
The Pleiades, Taurus and Orion with Jupiter as a guest, Doyle, Argentina

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Messier 4 and NGC 6144 globular clusters with Antares, a red supergiant star

Messier 4 and NGC 6144 globular clusters with Antares, a red supergiant star
Messier 4 and NGC 6144 globular clusters in the constellation Scorpius, with the red supergiant star Antares

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Orion Nebula Region

The Orion Nebula Region
The Orion Nebula, M42 and M43, with surrounding associated nebulae and star clusters, such as the Running Man Nebula above (NGC 1975) and blue star cluster above it, NGC 1981

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Orion and the Winter Triangle stars

Orion and the Winter Triangle stars; Sirius, Procyon and Betelgeuse. M50, M46, M47 and M41 open clusters are all visible at left

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Rosette Nebula

The Rosette Nebula

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: 1856, Burritt, Huntington Chart of Comets, Star Clusters, Galaxies, and Nebulae, topography

1856, Burritt, Huntington Chart of Comets, Star Clusters, Galaxies, and Nebulae, topography
1856, Burritt, Huntington Chart of Comets, Star Clusters, Galaxies, and Nebulae

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Scorpius with parts of Lupus and Ara regions of the southern Milky Way

Scorpius with parts of Lupus and Ara regions of the southern Milky Way
All of Scorpius, plus parts of Lupus and Ara regions of the southern Milky Way. Along the Milky Way are numerous nebulae, including the False Comet area, the Cats Paw area

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: NGC 4676, also known as the Mice Galaxies

NGC 4676, also known as the Mice Galaxies
NGC 4676, or the Mice Galaxies, are two spiral galaxies in the constellation Coma Berenices

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Dusty Nebulae in Cepheus constellation

Dusty Nebulae in Cepheus constellation
This field contains the dusty nebula vdb 150 in the Cepheus constellation

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Rosette Nebula with nebulosity complex in Monoceros

The Rosette Nebula with nebulosity complex in Monoceros
The Rosette Nebula (bottom), with open cluster NGC 2244, and complex of nebulosity in Monoceros (above), including the Cone Nebula and Christmas Tree Cluster, with Monoceros dark nebula complex

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Heart and Soul Nebulae in the constellation Cassiopeia

The Heart and Soul Nebulae in the constellation Cassiopeia
The Heart Nebula (at right, aka IC 1805) and the Soul Nebula (at left, aka IC 1848, and also the Fetus Nebula), in Cassiopeia. Just right of upper centre is the open star cluster NGC 1027

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Omega Centauri globular cluster

Omega Centauri globular cluster in the constellation Centaurus

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Bubble Nebula and open star cluster

The Bubble Nebula and open star cluster in the Cassiopeia constellation

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Infrared portrait revealing the stars and dust of the Small Magellanic Cloud

Infrared portrait revealing the stars and dust of the Small Magellanic Cloud
The infrared portrait of the Small Magellanic Cloud reveals the stars and dust in this galaxy as never seen before. The Small Magellanic Cloud is a nearby satellite galaxy to our Milky Way galaxy

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Nebulosity in Cassiopeia showing NGC 7822 and IC 1805

Nebulosity in Cassiopeia showing NGC 7822 and IC 1805
Nebulosity in Cassiopeia showing NGC 7822 (above center), and IC 1805 (at left)

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Newly formed stars in the center of a star-forming region in the Small Magellanic Cloud

Newly formed stars in the center of a star-forming region in the Small Magellanic Cloud
This image depicts bright, blue, newly formed stars that are blowing a cavity in the center of a star-forming region in the Small Magellanic Cloud

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Coalsack and Jewel Box Cluster in the Southern Cross

The Coalsack and Jewel Box Cluster in the Southern Cross
The Coalsack and Jewel Box Cluster area on the east side of Crux, the Southern Cross. The Coal Sack, which to the eye looks like a large dark patch, under photography breaks up into small patches

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Globular cluster M13

Globular cluster M13
December 4, 2008 - Hubble catches an instantaneous glimpse of many hundreds of thousands of stars moving about in the globular cluster M13

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Lagoon Nebula and Trifid Nebula in the constellation Sagittarius

The Lagoon Nebula and Trifid Nebula in the constellation Sagittarius
The Lagoon Nebula (NGC 6523), and Trifid Nebula (NGC 6514), in the constellation Sagittarius

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Princess Nebula

Princess Nebula
This nebular expanse has the characteristics of a woman with a crown on her head

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Powerful energies surge out into space from this gas giant

Powerful energies surge out into space from this gas giant

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: The Vela Supernova Remnant

The Vela Supernova Remnant

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: 47 Tucanae, a globular cluster located in the constellation Tucana

47 Tucanae, a globular cluster located in the constellation Tucana
47 Tucanae (NGC 104), a globular cluster located in the constellation Tucana

Background imageStar Clusters Collection: Globular cluster M22 in the constellation Sagittarius

Globular cluster M22 in the constellation Sagittarius. M22 is one of the nearest globular clusters to our sun. Its stars stretch some 200 light years across



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"Exploring the Cosmic Kaleidoscope: A Glimpse into Star Clusters" The massive galaxy cluster MACS J0717 unveils a breathtaking celestial tapestry, where countless stars converge in a mesmerizing dance of light. Witness a galactic light show in the spiral galaxy NGC 4258, as star clusters illuminate its vast expanse with their radiant brilliance. Nestled within the constellation Cassiopeia, NGC 457 invites stargazers to marvel at its open star cluster, an ethereal gathering of celestial gems. Discover the enchanting Pinwheel Cluster and Starfish Cluster adorning the constellation Auriga, painting the night sky with their stellar beauty. Journey to Vela's heart and witness the captivating Vela supernova remnant amidst the Gum Nebula area—a cosmic spectacle that defies imagination. Behold The Beehive Cluster—like a luminous hive of stars buzzing with energy—intriguing astronomers for centuries with its celestial secrets. Altair shines brightly in Aquila's embrace, guiding our gaze towards distant wonders as we explore the mysteries beyond our reach. Immerse yourself in awe-inspiring hues as you traverse through Carina Nebula (NGC 3372), an interstellar masterpiece painted across space and time. Comet Lovejoy gracefully dances alongside zodiacal light at City of Rocks State Park, New Mexico—a harmonious encounter between Earth and cosmos. The Arches star cluster beckons from deep within our Milky Way Galaxy's hub—an enigmatic congregation unveiling ancient tales written among stars' whispers. Explore Scutum's skies and encounter The Wild Duck Cluster—a vibrant assembly of young stars taking flight on their journey through space-time. Comet Lemmon graces Small Magellanic Cloud’s vicinity—an ephemeral rendezvous between cosmic wanderers, leaving a trail of wonder in its wake.