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Messier 52

Messier 52 (also known as M 52 or NGC is an open cluster in the Cassiopeia constellation. It can be seen from Earth with binoculars.Due to interstellar absorption of light, the distance to M 52 is uncertain, with estimates ranging between and light years.

M33 NGC 598 Triangulum Galaxy LRGB+HA by Terry Hancock www.downunderobservatory.com, via Flickr

M33 NGC 598 Triangulum Galaxy LRGB+HA by Terry Hancock www.downunderobservatory.com, via Flickr

Шаровое скопление NGC 6121

Messier 2 or (also designated NGC is a globular cluster in the constellation Aquarius, five degrees north of the star Beta Aquarii. It was discovered by Jean-Dominique Maraldi in 1746 and is one of the largest known globular clusters.

Cúmulo M12 (Messier 12, NGC 6218). Cúmulo globular de la constelación de Ofiuco. Casi gemelo de su vecino M10 aunque ligeramente de mayores dimensiones y luminosidad débil. Muy pobre en estrellas variables hasta ahora trece. Se aprecia de color amarillento por la gran cantidad de estrellas gigantes rojas (de color amarillento o dorado). M12 tiene un número inusualmente bajo de estrellas de baja masa. Se supone que parte de la masa fue despojada por la influencia gravitacional de la Vía…

Cúmulos globulares (de lo más cercano a lo más lejano)

Messier 12 or (also designated NGC is a globular cluster in the constellation of Ophiuchus. It was discovered by Charles Messier on May

Object Name: Messier 30 Alternative Designations: M30, NGC 7099 Object Type: Class V Globular Cluster Constellation: Capricornus Right Ascension: 21 : 40.4 (h:m) Declination: -23 : 11 (deg:m Distan…

Messier 30 - The NGC 7099 Globular Cluster - Universe Today

Messier 79 (also known as M79 or NGC 1904) is a globular cluster in the Lepus constellation. It was discovered by Pierre Méchain in 1780. M79 is at a distance of about 41,000 light years away from Earth and 60,000 light years away from the Galactic Center.

Messier 79 (also known as or NGC is a globular cluster in the Lepus constellation. It was discovered by Pierre Méchain in is at a distance of about light years away from Earth and light years away from the Galactic Center.

Cúmulo M62 (Messier 62 o NGC 6266) es un cúmulo globular en la constelación de Ophiuchus. Debido a su proximidad con el centro de la galaxia y la consecuente atracción que este ejerce sobre M62, el cúmulo está deformado ya que su área sureste está más concentrada que todas las demás. Contiene aproximadamente 89 estrellas variables muchas de ellas del tipo RR Lyrae. M62 también posee varias fuentes de rayos x.

Cúmulos globulares (de lo más cercano a lo más lejano)

Messier 62 (also known as or NGC is a globular cluster in the constellation Ophiuchus. It was discovered in 1771 by Charles Messier. is at a distance of about light-years from Earth and measures some 100 light-years across.

Object Name: Messier 36 Alternative Designations: M36, NGC 1960 Object Type: Galactic Open Star Cluster Constellation: Auriga Right Ascension: 05 : 36.1 (h:m) Declination: +34 : 08 (deg:m) Distance…

Object Name: Messier 36 Alternative Designations: NGC 1960 Object Type: Galactic Open Star Cluster Constellation: Auriga Right Ascension: 05 : (h:m) Declination: : 08 (deg:m) Distance…

Los objetos Messier: M37 (Messier 37) es un cúmulo abierto en la constelación de El Cochero. Es el más brillante de los tres que podemos observar en esa región del firmamento, se encuentra en dirección opuesta al centro de la galaxia. Se encuentra a 4.500 años-luz de distancia de nuestro planeta. #astronomia #ciencia

Messier 37 (also known as or NGC is the richest open cluster in the constellation Auriga. It is the brightest of three open clusters in Auriga. It is around light-years from Earth.

Object Name: Messier 70 Alternative Designations: M70 Object Type: Class V Globular Cluster Constellation: Sagittarius Right Ascension: 18 : 43.2 (h:m) Declination: -32 : 18 (deg:m) Distance: 29.3 …

Object Name: Messier 70 Alternative Designations: Object Type: Class V Globular Cluster Constellation: Sagittarius Right Ascension: 18 : (h:m) Declination: : 18 (deg:m) Distance: …