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Published Images

Here is a (not complete, not carefully maintained) list of the known publications and awards of SkyFactory's images.

Nebulosity around Sh2-101 Nebula in Cygnus

Vela Supernova Remnant

The Rosette Nebula

IC1848 and IC1805 Nebulae

The Great Andromeda Galaxy (M31)

The Crab Nebula and Zeta Tauri

The Orion Belt

North America and Pelican Nebula

IC1396 and the Elephant Trunk Nebula

  • Chosen as NASA's "Astronomy Picture of the Day" on the day September 8, 2005.

  • Published on "Ciel et Espace" magazine in July 2006 issue.

  • Published on Jerry T. Bonnell and Robert J. Nemiroff book "Astronomy | 365 Days", edited by Abrams, New York.

  • Published on "Newton" Japanese magazine in November 2007 issue.

California Nebula (NGC1499)

 

Simeis 147 Supernova remnant

The Pleiades (M45)

  • Published on Dutch magazine "Quest" in October 2005 issue.

  • Published on Japanese astronomy magazine "Hoshi Navi".

  • Published on "Ciel et Espace" magazine in April 2006 issue as Photo of the Month.

  • Published on "Ciel et Espace" magazine in July 2006 issue.

  • Used in the Discovery Center at the Prospect Park Zoo, Brooklyn, NY, USA, to "teach astronomy to the childrens and to showcase how amazing the sky can be outside of the city".

The Triangulum Galaxy (M33)

The Veil Nebula

The Flaming Star Nebula (IC405) and IC410

The Lower's Nebula (Sh2-261)

Star Forming Region NGC 6357


NGC2024, the Flame Nebula

M101, the Pinwheel Galaxy

Deneb with Sh2-112 and Sh2-115 Nebulae

The Bubble Nebula and Companions



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The astronomical images presented in this site were created with the help of the ESA/ESO/NASA FITS Liberator.