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1. Cas A
Cassiopeia A is the 320 year old remnant of a massive star that exploded.
Cassiopeia A Photo Page

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2. 3C295
A large galaxy in the center of a cluster of galaxies located in the constellation Boötes.
3C295 Photo Page

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3. Antennae
Colliding galaxies about 60 million light years from Earth located in the constellation Corvus.
Antennae Photo Page

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4. Cen A
Centaurus A (NGC 5128) is a radio galaxy in the constellation Centaurus.
Cen A Photo Page

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5. Eta Carinae
A supermassive star and nebula that is one of the brightest infrared sources in the sky.
Eta Carinae Photo Page

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6. Hydra A
A cluster of galaxies in the constellation Hydra.
Hydra A Photo Page

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7. M82
The nearest starburst galaxy at a distance of 11 million light years from Earth.
M82 Photo Page

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8. N132D
The remnant of an exploded star in the Large Magellanic Cloud.
N132D Photo Page

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9. Perseus
Central galaxy in the large galaxy cluster Perseus.
Perseus Photo Page

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10. PKS0637
A luminous quasar in the constellation Mensa so distant that we see it as it was 6 billion years ago.
PKS0637 Photo Page

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11. PNE
A Planetary Nebula (so called because it looks like a planet when viewed with a small telescope).
PNE Photo Page