M 74 (Pisces)

M 33 (Triangulum)

IC 1513 (Cetus)

M 110 and V1 (Andromeda)

Fish and fishhook (CVn), NGC 4631 and NGC 4656

Markarians Chain (Vir), NGC 4458/4461, NGC 4438/4435, NGC 4425, NGC 4402, M86, NGC 4388 and M84 (v.l.n.r.)

M81/82 (UMa)

NGC 3239 (Leo), Arp 263

NGC7479 (Peg)

M51 (CVn), the Whirlpool Galaxy

NGC 5128 (Centaurus), Centaurus A

NGC 4038 (Corvus), Antennae-Galaxies

NGC 4945 (Centaurus)

Small Magellanic Cloud, SMC, NGC 292 (Tucan)

Large Magellanic Cloud, LMC (Doradus)

Large Magellanic Cloud, LMC (Doradus), Image with the QSI 632, 200mm f/4

NGC 1365 (Fornax)

M101 (UMa)

IC2574, Coddington's Nebula (UMa)

M88 (Com)

M95 with Supernova SN 2012w (Leo)

M65 and M66 (Leo)

NGC 474 (Pisces)

NGC 6946 (Cyg)

NGC 891 (And)

NGC 6822, Barnard's Galaxy; a dwarf-galaxy in Sagittarius

Leo II, dwarf galaxy (Leo)

The galaxy cluster Abell 2151 in Hercules

M106, NGC 4248 (top right) and UGC 7356 (left)

NGC 3628 (Leo)

NGC 2903 (Leo)

NGC 4631 (CVn)

NGC 2841, galaxy in Ursa Major

NGC 7331, galaxy in Pegasus

NGC 5395 and NGC 5394 (CVn), „the Heron“; interactive galaxies

NGC 4088 (Uma) with supernova

NGC 3729, NGC 3718 and Hickson 56 (UMa)

M108 and M97, the owl nebula (UMa)

NGC 3079 (UMa) and double-quasar QSO 0957 +561A & B

IC10 in Cassiopeia

NGC 7331 and Stephan's Quintett

NGC 6946 (galaxy) and NGC 6939 (open cluster)

© Friedhelm Hübner, last revision:  16.01.2017