Digital Photographs and Associated Astronomical Information By Dr. Greg
And The CCD Astronomy Team At
Frostburg State University
The great Andromeda Galaxy M31 and one of its companions,
A view of the Great Andomeda Galaxy and one of its companion galaxies, M32, which can be seen at the bottom of the picture, slightly left of center.
4x close up of M32, a companion galaxy to M31
A 4x closeup view of the elliptical galaxy M32, a companion galaxy to M31.
NGC205, another companion galaxy to M31
NGC205, the largest of the companion galaxies to M31.
M51, the famous "Whirlpool Galaxy" in Canes Venatici
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M51, the first galaxy found to show a spiral form.
M101, a spiral galaxy in Ursa Major, the Big Dipper
M101, a beautiful Sc type spiral galaxy.
NGC6207, a remote galaxy in Hercules
NGC6207, a remote, Sc type spiral galaxy.
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