The Horsehead Nebula B 33 is a dark nebula that stands out over the emission nebula IC 434; at the bottom on the right there is the NGC 2023 nebula with the star HD 37903 in the center.
NGC 7635, also known as the Bubble Nebula, is located in the constellation Cassiopeia and consists of a bubble-shaped nebula generated by the stellar wind of a star at its center and which is expanding into a larger nebula.
The nebula M 20 or NGC 6514, known as the Trifid nebula due to its shape, is located in the constellation Sagittarius.
The photo shows part of the Veil nebula, centered on NGC 6995, and it is the remnant of a supernova that exploded about 10,000 to 20,000 years ago.
The Lagoon nebula, or M 8 or NGC 6523, is an emission nebula in the constellation Sagittarius and contains within it the open cluster NGC 6530.
NGC 7293 is a planetary nebula in the constellation Aquarius, known as the Helix nebula or also the eye of God.
NGC 281 is a nebula in the Cassiopeia constellation, also known as the Pacman Nebula.
The Rosetta Nebula, C 49 or NGC 2237, is a diffuse nebula in Monoceros constellation.
The Horsehead Nebula, or IC 434, is a dark nebula in Orion constellation near the star Alnitak.
The Orion Nebula, or M 42 or NGC 1976, is a bright diffuse nebula just below the Orion belt at a distance of about 1300 years from us.