Messier 5 (M5) is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 (M5) is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 (M5) is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 (M5) is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 (M5) is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 (M5) is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 5 is a bright globular cluster located in the northern constellation Serpens.

Messier 15: Great Pegasus Cluster

“A Globular cluster is a type of star cluster that consists of millions of stars tightly held by gravity.

Messier 15: Great Pegasus Cluster

“A Globular cluster is a type of star cluster that consists of millions of stars tightly held by gravity.

Messier 7: Ptolemy’s Cluster

Messier 7 star cluster captured by the MPG/ESO - Just Space

Messier 7: Ptolemy’s Cluster

Messier 7 star cluster captured by the MPG/ESO - Just Space

Messier 16: Eagle Nebula

This image composite highlights the pillars of the Eagle nebula, as seen in infrared light by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope (bottom) and visible light by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope (top insets).

Messier 16: Eagle Nebula

The Eagle Nebula, also known as Messier is an active young open cluster of stars in the constellation Serpens. They were discovered by Jean-Philippe de Chéseaux in It is most notable for.

Messier 14

Messier 14

Messier 13: Hercules Globular Cluster

NGC 2158 - an open cluster in the constellation of Gemini located four times more distant than open cluster Messier It is believed to be just over 1 billion years old.

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