Distance: ~1500 light years in constellation Orion
Image from 295 minutes LRGB total exposure.
M1 – Crab Nebula: Location: Taurus; Distance: 6.5 ± 1.6 Thousand Light Years; Supernova Observed in 1054 AD. Diameter: approx. 11 light years; Expansion Rate: 1,500 km/sec.
Distance ~21 million light years in constellation Ursa Major Image from 390 minute total LRGB exposure.
Distance: ~23 million light years in constellation Canes Venatici Image from 256 minutes total LRGB exposure.
Distance: ~1360 light years in constellation Vulpecula Image from 242 minutes total LRGB exposure.
NGC 3190 – Spiral Galaxy: Location: Leo. Spiral galaxy approximately 60 million light years from Earth seen edge on. This galaxy is a member of the Hickson 44 Group of galaxies. Another member, NGC 3187 is located to the upper right and is a barred spiral galaxy. NGC 3193 is located to the left and is an example of an elliptical galaxy. Total color exposure 60 minutes.
NGC 7331 – Spiral Galaxy: Location: Pegasus; Distance: 40 ± 3 million light years. Central bulge rotates in opposite direction from the rest of the disk. Four other galaxies are visible. Total color exposure 60 minutes.
Location: Cassiopeia; Distance: ≅ 11 Thousand Light Years. Expanding shell of glowing gas shaped by stellar wind. Bubble is 10 light years across. Total color exposure 60 minutes.
Location: Vulpecula; Distance: 1.36 ± 0.2 Thousand Light Years; Planetary Nebula. Gas emitted by dying star; Central white dwarf. Diameter: 2.88 light years; Expansion Rate: 31 km/sec. Total color exposure 30 minutes.
Location: Canes Venatici; Distance: 23 ± 4 Million Light Years. Two galaxies, NGC 5194 and 5195, in oscillation. Total color exposure 60 minutes.