star cloud


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star cloud

n (Astron) → Sternnebel m
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Not far from the planet are such deep-sky marvels as the globular cluster M22, below and to the left, at 4[degrees] separation on the 1st, 3[degrees] separation on the 14th, and 2[degrees] separation on the 28th, and the Small Sagittarius Star Cloud (M24) some 4[degrees] to 5[degrees] above.
PARENTS Louise and Nikki Draven are raising Britain's first genderfluid family, bringing up their four-year-old son Star Cloud to "not get hung up" on being a boy.
The company is also the world's first service provider to be accredited for CSA STAR Cloud Capability Maturity Model (CCM) version 3.
Above the Teapot, rising like steam from its spout, is the brightest patch of the Milky Way band: the Large Sagittarius Star Cloud.
One of the Naples based technology companies benefitting from TNTG is Dark Star Cloud, the first cloud computing platform that satisfies both the desire for cloud computing and the proven benefits of the mainframe culture and technology.
If you have a moderately dark sky, you'll see that along the neck of Cygnus glows an especially bright patch of the Milky Way: the Cygnus Star Cloud.
This small star cloud harbors almost no nebulosity, and it's not difficult to see with averted vision.
Under a dark, natural sky, between Deneb and Albireo you can hardly miss the Cygnus Star Cloud of the Milky Way.
Do we go over a kind of waterfall when we reach the Scutum Star Cloud with its foreground telescopic "avalanche of stars" (or spate of stars) called the star cluster Messier 11?
The Milky Way's brightest star cloud is now low in the south, just off the spout of the Teapot pattern of Sagittarius.
Here we see the star cloud NGC 6682, a pileup of remote suns beheld through this relatively clear window.