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View Resource Anglo-Australian Observatory: Astronomical Images

These collection of images taken form the Anglo-Australian Observatory are organized according to object type, the telescope that took it, whether it was CCD imaging, or whether it was a new photographic image. The different types of objects on this website include: galaxies, emission nebulae, reflection nebulae, dark nebulae, planetary nebulae, supernovae, star clusters, unusual stars, star...

View Resource Saturn

This site solely discusses Saturn and the topics related to it. Some of the issues touched on include: the atmosphere, interior, and surface of Saturn, its magnetosphere, myths, its moons and rings, missions made, and the latest news. There are also many pictures and links to additional websites to find more information. The site is also available in Spanish.

View Resource Catching the Light: Astrophotography

This website has a beautiful collection of some of the most famous astronomical objects. Users can choose to go through the image gallery or they can choose an image by selecting the category to which it belongs to. There also contains many articles on astrophotography and helpful technique for astrophotographers.

View Resource NSSDC Photo Gallery: Asteroids

Hosted by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, this is the National Space Science Data Center asteroid image gallery of Gaspra, Ida, Dactyl, Toutatis and Vesta. Gallery contains links to captions, photo montages and some high-resolution images of asteroid images taken by the Galileo spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope, NEAR mission and the NASA 70 m radio telescope.

View Resource 2MASS Atlas Image Gallery at IPAC

The Two Micron All Sky Survey at IPAC website provides an image gallery of the solar system's objects, Jupiter's moons, H II regions, star formation regions, and reflection nebulae, open star clusters, globular star cluster, young stellar objects, planetary nebulae, supernova remnants, various IRAS sources, galaxies, as well as galaxy groups and clusters.

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