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The Andromeda Galaxy M31 Deepsky in Autumn
--Scenic spots in autumn sky
173 images displayed, Last updated on Dec 4, 2020

The autumn skies contain few bright stars, you may have an impression of empty comparing with summer and winter skies. But autumn skies have several splendid objects like the Andromeda Galaxy (M31).
  The Milky Way in autumn flows high up in the sky around the zenith at northern hemisphere. You can find a constellation of Cassiopeia around the field, uncountable fine stars are scattered and you can enjoy really beautiful views through binoculars.

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Inner-Galactic Nebulae in Autumn
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  Many diffused nebulae are bathed in the dimmed Milky Way in autumn. Almost all of those are emitting invisible H-alpha ray. You can see and enjoy those unique shapes only on long exposed films like IC1396 in Cepheus and the California Nebula in Perseus.
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  Inner-Galactic Nebulae ↓ Galaxies ↓ Open & Globular Clusters

M76(Planetary Nebula in Perseus), f=1600mm, 107KB
NGC40(Planetary Nebula in Cepheus), f=1278mm, 69KB
NGC246(Planetary Nebula in Cetus), f=1600mm, 95KB
NGC281(Diffused Nebula in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 105KB
NGC1333(Reflection Nebula in Perseus), f=1600mm, 576KB
California Nebula(NGC1499 in Perseus), f=530mm, 549KB
Nebulosities around the California Nebula, f=324mm, 1005KB
NGC1501(Planetary Nebula in Camelopardalis), f=1600mm, 34KB
NGC1579(Diffused Nebula in Perseus), f=1600mm, 86KB
Saturn Nebula(NGC7009 in Aquarius), f=2500mm, 57KB
NGC7023(Iris Nebula in Cepheus), f=1278mm, 418+1016KB (Consists of 2 images)
NGC7133, NGC7142(Reflection Nebula & Open Cluster in Cepheus), f=530mm, 89KB
NGC7139(Planetary Nebula in Cepheus), f=1278mm, 389KB
Helix Nebula(NGC7293 in Aquarius), f=1600mm, 465KB
Nebulosities around Cassiopeia & Cepheus, f=324mm, 970KB
Bubble Nebula(NGC7635 in Cassiopeia), f=1278mm, 367KB
Blue Snowball(NGC7662 in Andromeda), f=2500mm, 22KB
NGC7822, Ced214(Diffused Nebula in Cepheus), f=324mm, 1070KB
IC59 & IC63(Reflection Nebulae in Cassiopeia), f=1278mm, 784KB
Around IC348, IC1985 & NGC1333(Reflection Nebulae in Perseus), f=245mm, 928KB
IC1985(Reflection Nebula in Perseus), f=1600mm, 103KB
IC1396(Diffused Nebula in Cepheus), f=300mm, 1177+816KB (Consists of 2 images)
Dark Nebulae around IC1396, f=300mm, 684KB
IC1396 to Sh2-129, f=245mm, 1306KB
IC1470(Diffused Nebula in Cepheus), f=1278mm, 78KB
IC1805(Diffused Nebula in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 938KB
IC1848(Diffused Nebula in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 672KB
Sh2-126(Diffused Nebula in Lacerta), f=135mm, 1064KB
Sh2-129(Diffused Nebula in Cepheus), f=530mm, 850KB
Sh2-132(Diffused Nebula in Cepheus), f=530mm, 869KB
Sh2-135(Diffused Nebula in Cepheus), f=700mm, 99KB
Sh2-136(Reflection Nebula in Cepheus), f=1600mm, 598KB
Sh2-140(Diffused Nebula in Cepheus), f=530mm, 531KB
Sh2-142(Diffused Nebula in Cepheus), f=530mm, 782KB
Sh2-155(Cave Nebula in Cepheus), f=530mm, 530KB
Around Sh2-157(Diffused Nebulae in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 1023KB
Around Sh2-163(Diffused Nebulae in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 700KB
Sh2-173(Diffused Nebula in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 707KB
Sh2-176(Planetary Nebula in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 161KB
Sh2-188(Supernova Remnant in Cassiopeia), f=700mm, 579KB
Sh2-202(Diffused Nebula in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 828KB
Nebulosities between Perseus & Camelopardalis, f=245mm, 1119KB
Sh2-204(Diffused Nebula in Camelopardalis), f=530mm, 732KB
Sh2-205(Diffused Nebula in Perseus), f=530mm, 705KB
Around Sh2-207, Sh2-210(Diffused Nebulae in Perseus to Camelopardalis), f=530mm, 804KB
Around Sh2-211, Sh2-212(Diffused Nebula+Open cluster in Perseus), f=530mm, 620KB
vdB14, vdB15(Reflection Nebulae in Camelopardalis), f=530mm, 634KB
vdB16(Reflection Nebula in Aries), f=1600mm, 148KB
vdB24(Reflection Nebula in Perseus), f=1600mm, 85KB
Around vdB152, LDN1235(Reflection & Dark Nebulae in Cepheus), f=530mm, 856KB Replaced on Nov 29, 2020
PK104-29.1(Jones1, Planetary Nebula in Pegasus), f=1790mm, 110KB
Around PK136+5.1 & Abell 6(Planetary Nebulae in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 759KB
Abell85(Supernova remnant in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 185KB
Gyulbudaghian's Nebula(Reflection Nebula in Cepheus), f=1600mm, 61KB
Molecular cloud around δ Arietis, f=300mm, 899KB
Around Pegasus Molecular Cloud, f=80mm, 937KB
Molecular Cloud around head of Cetus, f=80mm, 860KB

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Galaxies in Autumn
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  In the southern skies far from the Milky Way, many galaxies are scattered. Though almost all of those are small and very dimmed, some thousands of galaxies are included around the constellation of Cetus.
  And around the zenith, you can enjoy splendid deep sky object of the Andromeda Galaxy (M31) represents all objects in the celestial sphere.

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M31(The Andromeda Galaxy), f=530mm, 622KB
M33(Galaxy in Triangulum), f=530mm, 403KB
M74(Galaxy in Pisces), f=1600mm, 405KB
M77(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 668KB Replaced on Nov 29, 2020
NGC24(Galaxy in Sculptor), f=1790mm, 76KB
NGC45(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 58KB
NGC55(Galaxy in Sculptor), f=742mm, 93KB
NGC131, NGC134(Galaxies in Sculptor), f=1600mm, 78KB
NGC147(Galaxy in Cassiopeia), f=1600mm, 79KB
NGC157(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 49KB
NGC185(Galaxy in Cassiopeia), f=1600mm, 69KB
NGC210(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 73KB
NGC247(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 716KB
NGC253(Galaxy in Sculptor), f=1600mm, 193KB
NGC300 (Galaxy in Sculptor), f=1278mm, 467KB
NGC383 Group (Galaxy Group in Pisces), f=1600mm, 114KB Replaced on Nov 29, 2020
NGC428 (Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 119KB
NGC474, NGC470 (Arp227, Galaxies in Pisces), f=1790mm, 292KB
NGC488 (Galaxy in Pisces), f=1600mm, 69KB
NGC507 Group (Galaxy Group in Pisces), f=1600mm, 105KB
NGC520(Coliding Galaxy in Pisces), f=1600mm, 44KB
NGC524(Galaxy in Pisces), f=1790mm, 70KB
NGC578 (Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 71KB
NGC584, NGC596(Galaxies in Cetus), f=1600mm, 64KB
NGC613(Galaxy in Sculptor), f=1790mm, 58KB
NGC660(Galaxy in Pisces), f=1790mm, 78KB
NGC672, IC1727 (Galaxies in Triangulum), f=1600mm, 105KB
NGC676 (Galaxy in Pisces), f=1600mm, 75KB
Around IC167, NGC691 (Galaxies in Aries), f=1278mm, 66KB
NGC772(Galaxy in Aries), f=1600mm, 54KB
NGC784(Galaxy in Triangulum), f=1600mm, 101KB
NGC864 (Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 61KB
Around NGC877(Galaxies in Aries), f=1600mm, 66KB
NGC891(Galaxy in Andromeda), f=1600mm, 70KB
NGC908(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 75KB
NGC925(Galaxy in Triangulum), f=1600mm, 82KB
NGC936, NGC941 (Galaxies in Cetus), f=1600mm, 56KB
NGC973, IC1815 (Galaxies in Triangulum), f=1600mm, 62KB
NGC988(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1790mm, 52KB
NGC1003 (Galaxy in Perseus), f=1600mm, 67KB
NGC1023, IC239(Galaxies in Perseus & Andromeda), f=1600mm, 123KB
NGC1024(Galaxy in Aries), f=1790mm, 109KB
NGC1042, NGC1052(Galaxis in Cetus), f=1600mm, 90KB
NGC1055 (Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 76KB
Around NGC1060 (Galaxy Group in Triangulum), f=1600mm, 90KB
NGC1087, NGC1090(Galaxis in Cetus), f=1600mm, 86KB
NGC1169 (Galaxy in Perseus), f=1600mm, 196KB
NGC6939 & NGC6946(Open Cluster & Galaxy in Cepheus), f=530mm, 68KB (Consists of 2 images)
NGC7314(Galaxy in Pisces Austrinus), f=1600mm, 70KB
NGC7331 & Stephan's quintet(Galaxies in Pegasus), f=1600mm, 77KB
NGC7479(Galaxy in Pegasus), f=1600mm, 60KB
NGC7541, NGC7537 (Galaxies in Pisces), f=1600mm, 74KB
Around NGC7585(Galaxies in Aquarius), f=1600mm, 72KB
NGC7606(Galaxy in Aquarius), f=1790mm, 49KB
Around NGC7626 (Pegasus I Galaxy Cluster), f=1278mm, 85KB
NGC7640(Galaxy in Andromeda), f=1600mm, 92KB>
NGC7727 (Galaxy in Aquarius), f=1790mm, 68KB
NGC7741(Galaxy in Pegasus), f=1600mm, 34KB
NGC7742(Galaxy in Pegasus), f=1600mm, 52KB
NGC7793(Galaxy in Sculptor), f=1600mm, 34KB
NGC7814 (Galaxy in Pegasus), f=1600mm, 99KB
IC10 (Galaxy in Cassiopeia), f=1600mm, 98KB
Around IC196(Galaxies in Aries), f=1600mm, 65KB
IC342(Galaxy in Camelopardlis), f=1600mm, 82KB
IC1459(Galaxy in Grus), f=1600mm, 71KB
IC1613(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1278mm, 67KB
IC5332 (Galaxy in Sculptor), f=1600mm, 134KB
Abell 119 (Galaxy Cluster in Cetus), f=1600mm, 134KB
Abell 151(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 33KB
Abell 168 (Galaxy Cluster in Cetus), f=1760mm, 47KB
Abell 194(Galaxy Cluster in Cetus), f=1790mm, 54KB
Abell 262(Galaxy Cluster in Andromeda), f=1600mm, 178KB
Abell 347 (Galaxy Cluster in Andromeda), f=1600mm, 71KB
Abell 400 (Galaxy Cluster in Cetus), f=1600mm, 168KB
Perseus I Cluster(Abell 426), f=1600mm, 113KB
HCG16(Galaxy Group in Cetus), f=1600mm, 102KB
HCG87(Galaxy Group in Capricornus), f=1600mm, 58KB
Around Arp65 (Galaxy Group in Andromeda), f=1790mm, 68KB
Arp113 (Galaxy Group in Andromeda), f=1600mm, 114KB
Arp166 (Galaxies in Triangulum), f=1790mm, 66KB
Arp295(Galaxy in Aquarius), f=1600mm, 155KB
Arp314(Galaxy in Aquarius), f=1790mm, 47KB
Cart Wheel Galaxy(Colliding Galaxies in Sculptor), f=1600mm, 72KB
UA444(Galaxy in Cetus), f=1600mm, 77KB
Maffei I & II(Galaxies in Cassiopeia), f=1600mm, 75KB
Quasar 3C48(Quasar in Triangulum), f=2500mm, 72KB

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Open & Globular Clusters in Autumn
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  Roughly speaking, autumn skies include open clusters along the Milky Way, and globular clusters in the southern region far from the Milky Way. Open clusters are groups of young stars born in the galactic plane, while globular clusters are masses of old stars scattered in the Halo region far from the galactic plane.
  Many globular clusters in autumn skies are compact, but some open clusters in the Milky Way show you magnificent appearances like the Double-Clusters in Perseus.

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Open Clusters
M34(Open Cluster in Perseus), f=700mm, 486KB Replaced on Dec 4, 2020
M52 & Bubble Nebula(Open Cluster & Diffused Nebula in Cassiopeia), f=742mm, 594KB
M103(Open Cluster in Cassiopeia), f=1600mm, 82KB
NGC129(Open Cluster in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 68KB
NGC225(Open Cluster in Cassiopeia), f=1600mm, 173KB
NGC457(Open Cluster in Cassiopeia), f=1000mm, 66KB
Around NGC663 & M103(Open Clusters in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 143KB
NGC752(Open Cluster in Andromeda), f=200mm, 77KB
Double-Clusters(NGC869 & NGC884 in Perseus), f=530mm, 768KB
NGC1342(Open Cluster in Perseus), f=1278mm, 102KB
NGC1502(Open Cluster in Camelopardalis), f=1000mm, 67KB
NGC1528 & NGC1491(Open Cluster & Diffused Nebula in Perseus), f=245mm, 177KB
NGC7160(Open Clusters in Cepheus), f=530mm, 71KB
NGC7209 & NGC7243(Open Clusters in Lacerta), f=530mm, 81KB
NGC7235, NGC7261(Open Clusters in Cepheus), f=530mm, 71KB
NGC7686(Open Clusters in Andromeda), f=530mm, 64KB
NGC7789(Open Cluster in Cassiopeia), f=530mm, 128KB
Around NGC7790(Open Cluster in Cassiopeia), f=1600mm, 157KB
Around Mel.20(Open Cluster around alpha Persei), f=300mm tele, 555KB
Kemble's cascade(Star chain in Camelopardalis), f=530mm, 167KB

Globular Clusters
M2(Globular Cluster in Aquarius), f=1600mm, 57KB
M15(Glogular Cluster in Pegasus), f=1600mm, 53KB
M30(Globular Cluster in Capricornus), f=1600mm, 42KB
M72 & M73(Globular Cluster & Asterism in Aquarius), f=1278mm, 58KB
NGC288(Globular Cluster in Sculptor), f=1600mm, 45KB
NGC7492(Globular Cluster in Aquarius), f=1600mm, 89KB