Monthly Archive: June 2017

Comet C/2015 ER61 Panstarrs and its "b" fragment, C/2015 ER61-b. 21 June 2017

Comet C/2015 ER61-b, a new image (21 June 2017)

After our independent observations of the nucleus splitting of comet C/2015 ER61, we managed to do some further observations. The “b” fragment was still easy to see and we are pleased to show our...

NGC 6960, part of the "Veil" nebula

NGC 6960, an elegant veil on a drama

NGC 6960 is one of the most famous, though not-obvious-to-see, deep sky objects in the sky. It is part of a complex structure we call the “Cygnus Loop”, the remnant of a dramatic, galactic...

The Planetary Nebula NGC 6543

NGC 6543: a “cat’s eye” in the sky

NGC 6543, also called “Cat’s Eye”, is a beautiful and famous planetary nebula, among the most enigmatic ones currently known. Located in the northern constellation of the Dragon is and will remain a “timeless”planetary...

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