The brightest part of the huge Vela Supernova Remnant - travelling across space at 500,000 km/hr!
Within this star-forming region is a tornado-like structure caused by an O-type star heating and ionizing gasses within, emitting different colours.
A cool blue lagoon of Ionised Oxygen surrounded by raging flames of Hydrogen Gas.
There aren't many images of this beautiful region in Puppis, that's very exiting for an amateur astrophotographer!
The glowing filaments of the Vela Supernova Remnant are the expanding debris cloud from the death explosion of a massive star.
An American Werewolf in Scorpio? No this dark nebula near the Dark Tower is known as SL 17. Not very often imaged, but sure looks like a wolf!
Blown by fast winds from a hot, massive star, this Cosmic Bubble is Huge.
Is the moon red because it's washed in Blood?
This helmet-shaped cosmic cloud with wing-like appendages is popularly called Thor's Helmet.
Poking around Galaxy map I found this cool mountain shaped, Ha rich object near NGC 2451 and ó Pup.
This is the most dense concentration of individual stars visible using binoculars, with around 1,000 stars visible within a single field of view.
Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, IC 2177 has a majestic avian presence, with it’s ethereal curtains of Ha drifting in Stellar winds.