The Bubble Nebula is a H II region emission nebula in the constellation Cassiopeia located close to the direction of the open cluster Messier 52.
The Helix Nebula, also known as NGC 7293, is a large planetary nebula (PN) located in the constellation of Aquarius.
The Ghost Nebula (or vdB141) is a very faint, gaseous region in Cepheus and home to the mysterious star BD+67 1300.
The Lagoon Nebula is just one of the night time gems of the summer sky and measures 110 by 50 light years.
The Hercules Cluster. This is a revised shot of M13 that was started in July of 2010 replacing the previous image from July 2008.
The Beehive Cluster, visible to the naked eye, was among the first objects that Galileo studied with his telescope.
Located in Lamy, NM just about every clear night will find me with camera shutters open, whether using a DSLR or telescopes in the back yard observatory. Thank you for stopping by and viewing these photos. They are my interpretation of the night sky and hopefully will even show you something in light or even darkness you may not have seen before.
- Roth R (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bubble and Scorpion
2010, Nov 4
M13 Globular Cluster
2010, Jul 9
2009, Apr 18
2007, May 9