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Pleiades Star Cluster (M45)This might not look like a cluster of wild ducks, but it’s still called the Wild Duck Cluster. Also known as Messier 11, this open star cluster’s 2000 stars are only loosely bound by gravity, leading to a short lifespan.A widefield view around the Bubble and Lobster Claw nebulae, including M52 star clusterPleiades Star ClusterScutum Star Cloud Region, UntrackedM24, Sagittarius Star CloudNasa’s capture of the day: Messier 107, one of the many (150) globular cluster of stars in the Milky Way GalaxyThe Omega Centauri star cluster - contain approximately 10 million stars and a total mass equivalent to 4 million solar massesI used actual photos of various nebulas, star clusters (and the Andromeda galaxy for the border), from the public domain, to make the cover of my self-published book. I know it's non-traditional and doesn't catch the eye like other super marketable SciFi novels, but I just love how it turned out.The bubble nebula and the open star cluster M52 - photographed with my telescopeThe Cone Nebula, Christmas Tree star cluster, and the Fox Fur Nebula in the constellation Monoceros | Image credit: Rolf GeissingerAstronomers think they've found the oldest stars in our galaxyPleiades Star ClusterStar clusters from a DSLRBeehive Open Star ClusterMessier 80 globular star clusterPhoto of Star clusters i saw while in Tucson Arizona, through a telescope.Hubble - Extreme Star ClusterThe Pleiades Open star cluster - Messier 45📷 This new image from the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope shows M74, the Phantom Galaxy. Webb reveals delicate filaments of gas and dust in the spiral arms, and an unobscured view of the star cluster at the galaxy's centre 👉A picture I took of NGC 7789, a star cluster discovered by Caroline Herschel in 1783. It contains at least 5,000 stars and is over 50 light-years wide!M22 globular star cluster untracked.M13: Hercules Star Cluster, April 17, 2022.Sirius (The Dog Star), M41 Open ("Galactic") Star Cluster, and MirzamThis NASA/ESA @HUBBLE_space Telescope image shows open star cluster NGC 330This NASA/ESA @HUBBLE_space image shows open star cluster NGC 1755, a collection of stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud, one of our Milky Way’s near neighboursI Captured The Pleiades Star Cluster from my Backyard with a DSLRM13 - The Great Globular Star Cluster in HerculesM46, M47, and NGC 2438 – Two star clusters and a planetary nebula“NGC 2244: A Star Cluster in the Rosette Nebula” by Don GoldmanMessier star clustersWould anyone help me identify the small cluster of stars in the upper right ? ThanksZoom-in on a Star Cluster 5500 Light Years AwayNGC884 double-cluster of starsThe Pleiades Star Cluster, aka The Seven Sisters, and Messier 45.Star cluster NGC 6520 and Barnard 86, a strangely dark gas cloud. Zoom in and you’re actually able to see countless individual stars. Keep in mind, each star is still light years apart from each other.Pleiades Star ClusterPleiades: The Seven Sisters Star ClusterThe Great Hercules star clusterObservations with ESO's Very Large Telescope show the star cluster RCW 38 in all its glory. This image was taken during testing of the HAWK-I camera with the GRAAL adaptive optics system.The company’s namesake- the Pleiades star clusterStar Cluster Trumpler 14.Pleiades Star ClusterThe Pleiades Star ClusterR136a1 is the biggest and brightest star known. It has a mass 315 times greater than our sun. It is located in a cluster of stars called R136 around 163,000 light years from Earth.Scutum Star CloudThe Pleiades Star ClusterBubble and Bright Nebulas, and M52 Star Cluster 8-26-21The Pleiades Star Clusterwaiting for Hubble..The star cluster Pismis 24 lies in the core of the large emission nebula NGC 6357 that extends one degree on the sky in the direction of the Scorpius constellation..M45 - Pleiades star cluster from [insightobservatory.com]My picture of the Pleiades star cluster up closeThe Westerlund 2 Star Cluster. A cluster of stars about 1 or 2 million years old. It contains some of the most hottest and massive stars known. There is about 3,000 stars in the cluster.Seven sisters star cluster"Main Sequence" - photoshop mandala of the Westerlund 2 star clusterM45 the pleaides star clusterStar cluster NGC 3532

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