Gallery of Astrophotography

Photographs and Images by our Members

Star Clusters 

Star clusters are groups of stars which are gravitationally bound. Two distinct types of star cluster can be distinguished: globular clusters and open clusters. 

Globular clusters are tight groups of hundreds of thousands of very old stars, while open clusters generally contain less than a few hundred members, and are often very young. 

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Photos: 21
Latest Photo: 28th Nov 2016
Photograph: M45 Pleiades
Photograph: M2 Globular Cluster in Aquarius
Photograph: M15 Globular Cluster in Pegasus
Photograph: Montage of Open Clusters
Photograph: Globular Cluster Montage
Photograph: M45 from the Lake District
Photograph: M45 from the Lake District
Photograph: M2 GLobular Cluster in Aquarius
Photograph: M13 in Hercules
Photograph: M92
Photograph: M13 Globular Cluster
Photograph: M45
Photograph: M3
Photograph: M13
Photograph: M29
Photograph: M39
Photograph: M3
Photograph: M45 Pleiades
Photograph: M 13
Photograph: Pleiades
Photograph: m3.jpg
     

 

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