MESSIER-5

MESSIER 5

This beautiful globular cluster was first seen in May 1702. Messier 5 was registered by Charles Messier in May 1764….

M4 is nice space object

MESSIER 4

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

Messier 1 in nice nebula

MESSIER 1

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

Messier 2 NGC7089 is fascinating globular cluster

MESSIER 2

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

Messier 64 black eye is fascinating galaxy

MESSIER 64

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

Messier 3 NGC5272 is a beautiful globular cluster

MESSIER 3

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