Messier 1 through telescopes

MESSIER 1 CRAB NEBULA

Messier 1 Binocular 10×50 Of course, different astronomical devices give different details and sizes of the Crab Nebula. Binoculars may…

MESSIER 2

MESSIER 2

MESSIER 2 Messier 2 can be found in the direction of the constellation Aquarius. Charles Messier discovered it in 1760….

MESSIER 3 is a wonderful cluster of stars

MESSIER 3

Messier 3 NGC5272 Since it was first observed, this globular star cluster has gone on to become one of the…

MESSIER 4

MESSIER 4

Messier 4 is the first globular cluster split into individual stars. This is because M4 belongs to Earth’s closest globular…

MESSIER 5

MESSIER 5

Open cluster This beautiful globular cluster was first seen in May 1702. Messier 5 was registered by Charles Messier in…

MESSIER 6

MESSIER 6 BUTTERFLY CLUSTER

Messier 6 Many of the objects we see in space are beautiful objects with extremely beautiful names. The open star…

MESSIER 7

MESSIER 7 PTOLOMEUS CLUSTER

Stars in the sky Frequent targets for fans of astronomy and astrophotography are beautiful groups of stars in the sky….

MESSIER 8 is a beautiful nebula

MESSIER 8 LAGON NEBULA

Messier 8 Messier compiled a catalog of space objects. The Lagoon Nebula is the eighth object in the Messier catalog….

Messier 9 a less visible star cluster

Messier 9 faintly visible object

Where is it Many beautiful space objects were discovered in the mid-eighteenth century. In those years, astronomy was in great…

MESSIER 64

MESSIER 64

Black Eye Galaxy Maybe you didn’t know this. With the help of a small telescope, in addition to the stars…