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deep-sky object

(dēp′skī′)
n.
Any of various celestial objects, including nebulae, star clusters, and galaxies, that are diffuse and very distant, and therefore faint, usually observable only by means of a telescope.
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Oliver often wandered here; and, thinking of the wretched grave in which his mother lay, would sometimes sit him down and sob unseen; but, when he raised his eyes to the deep sky overhead, he would cease to think of her as lying in the ground, and would weep for her, sadly, but without pain.
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The event will also provide visitors an opportunity to look through telescopes at other celestial objects such as Saturn, Mars, double stars, globular clusters, nebula and other deep sky objects.
But my deepest passion is for the deep sky: the universe beyond our solar system.
The Deep Sky has always been my main passion in astronomy.
Observation of the deep sky forms a natural part of the activities of most observing groups.
It provides a fantastic introduction to looking beyond our solar system at so-called deep sky objects.
Members are invited to submit observations of deep sky objects to the ASSA Deep Sky Observing Section.
In Japan on Sunday, the three best horses in the country, Vodka, Deep Sky and Super Hornet, all tackled the Yasuda Kinen at Tokyo.
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