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The globular cluster M80 is one of the densest known and lies

The globular cluster M80 is one of the densest known and lies

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Globular cluster M80, home to hundreds of thousands of stars held together by gravity,

M80 stellar swarm, one of the densest of the approximately 150 known globular clusters in

This stellar swarm is (NGC one of the densest of the 147 known globular star clusters

A globular cluster can contain thousands of stars, but until now no supernova had been spotted in one. Shown is (NGC one of the densest of the 147 known ...

This stellar swarm is (NGC one of the densest of the 147 known globular star clusters

Globular Cluster M80 - Stock Image

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Messier 80 globular cluster ...

Hubble Homes In on a Hypergiant's Home

Messier 30 (also known as M30 or NGC 7099) is a globular cluster in

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M80

Globular Star Cluster "This immense ball of half a million stars older than the Sun lies over light-years away. Cataloged as (and NGC it is one of about 150 ...

Messier 10 (also known as NGC 6254) is a bright, very large globular

Messier 5 ~ A globular star cluster, 100,000 stars or more, bound by gravity

NGC 6440 | Globular Cluster in Sagittarius Lies very close to the Box Nebula (NGC

Zooming star points to black hole in globular star cluster | EarthSky 1/17/18 Globular star clusters contain our galaxy's most ancient stars.

NGC 5139, Omega Centauri, Globular Cluster - Stock Image

Messier 3 Another view of the globular star cluster Globular star clusters are some of the oldest known structures in the universe.

Hercules Globular Cluster - Stock Image

More than stars, radiating like cosmic fireworks, lie near the center of this image. The stellar cluster is known as Westerlund

NGC 5931 - Omega Centauri Omega Centauri is the largest and most beautiful globular cluster ...

More information. More information. Globular Star Cluster ...

The Pleiades Star Cluster. Also known as the Seven Sisters and M45, the Pleiades

The Football Cluster or Black Arrow Cluster (NGC 3532) is an open cluster in the constellation Carina, lies some 1,321 light years away.

Globular clusters: Hubble has provided views of some of the Milky Way's most star-packed regions – Roll.im

cluster of stars R136

Star cluster NGC 7789 lies about 8,000 light-years away toward the constellation Cassiopeia

Hot Blue Stars At The Core Of Globular Star Cluster M15, Taken By Hubble Telescope

Globular cluster Messier 15

This is a Hubble Space Telescope image of the globular cluster NGC 2808. It is a strange cluster that seems to show evidence of at least three different ...

Messier 80 (M80) Globular Cluster Observation

messier 80

Illustration of a globular cluster over the terrain of a barren planet. - Stock Image

Star cluster M5

Globular cluster M80, home to hundreds of thousands of stars held together by gravity, is one of the densest clusters in the Milky Way | Pinterest ...

The globular cluster 47 Tucanae, one of the brightest Milky Way globular star clusters. This cluster, seen near the Small Magellanic Cloud in the sky, ...

star cluster M34 in the constellation Perseus

Arches Cluster. The Arches cluster is an ...

star cluster M25 is located in the heart of the constellation of the Archer (Sagittarius

100705 - M80 Globular Cluster Constellation - Scorpius

List of globular clusters

NGC 2808 contains three distinct generations of stars. NASA image. The formation of globular clusters remains a ...

Star cluster M35 and NGC 2158

... 73. Coma Cluster ...

Westerlund

Center Of Globular Cluster Omega Centauri. - Stock Image

Globular cluster of stars with the anomalous, bright bluestars known as blue stragglers (lower

Star cluster M38 and M36

Globular star cluster Messier 54.[22]

star clusters of Butterfly

NGC 411 is classified as an open cluster.

Globular cluster M15 may have an intermediate-mass black hole at its core. NASA image.

The galaxy is 1.6 million light-years away in the constellation Sagittarius.

Star cluster M3

Globular star cluster Messier 54.

Image credit: Mike Keith, via http://cosmicneighbors.net/PeriodicMessier.htm.

Photo by the 1.2m UK Schmidt Telescope, 1985

NGC 3201 Atlas Image mosaic of NGC 3201, a low galactic latitude globular star cluster.

NGC 7006 is a highly concentrated, Class I globular cluster.

NGC 6760

The Jewel Box, a group of stars in Crux constellation. Each star show his own colour, depending on the surface temperature.

If the clusters could be seen from earth they would appear to the naked eye as a pair of 3rd magnitude "stars", 1/6th of a full moon's diameter apart.

Globular Cluster NGC 5139. This is a ...

Globular cluster NGC 1854 is located in the Large Magellanic Cloud.[74]

Messier 55

Messier 53, captured with crystal clarity has surprised astronomers with its unusual number of a type of star called blue stragglers

Globular Cluster G1 in the Andromeda Galaxy

NGC 6749

The extremely bright and concentrated globular cluster, M15, is home to a unique planetary nebula called Pease 1. M15 is one of three globular clusters ...

NGC 2808 and its 3 generations of stars

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Andromeda–Milky Way collision. Globular cluster ...

A Swarm of Glittering Stars in Nearby Galaxy

47 Tucanae – the second most luminous globular cluster in the Milky Way, after Omega Centauri.

Globular Clusters

March's Hubble Heritage image is of an asteroid trail in the constellation Centaurus. This image covers approximately 2.7 arcminutes down.

Deep-Sky Companions: The Messier Objects

Image credit: Jim Misti of Misti Mountain Observatory.

Messier 55, a large globular cluster in Sagittarius

M28 (NGC 6626)

star clusters seen by the Hubble Space Telescope

“As an old population of stars, globular clusters contain many collapsed and degenerate objects. As a dense population of stars, ...

Globular cluster NGC 1850 in the Large Magellanic Cloud.Most of the cluster consists of

Illustration of a binary star on the outskirts of a globular cluster. Recent studies of

This stellar swarm is M80 (NGC 6093), one of the densest of the

Illustration of a binary star on the outskirts of a globular cluster. Recent studies of

The bright, blue stars -- thought to be remnants of stellar collisions and mergers -- provide a few rejuvenated, energetic stars in an otherwise old system.

Palomar 10

What is so special about finding a CH (binary) star in M14 (or any globular cluster) is that these stars are first generation stars of our universe.

Open cluster NGC 290, as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope.

The main cluster is about 50 million years old; the smaller cluster is only 4 million years old.