M44 - The Beehive. Taken on February 28, 2009.
Big and Little Dippers
Canis Major and Orion. That's the University of Michigan's 26-foot radio dish in the foreground at lower left.
Orion and Canis Major - from my back yard
The Double Cluster (left) and Stock 2 (right) - a stack of ten images
Leo climbing the eastern sky with bright Saturn below center. I took this one from my back yard.
Orion's belt and sword - a stack of ten images. On a good monitor you can see a bit of the Flame nebula (NGC 2024) to the ENE of Zeta Orionis. The Running Man nebula (NGC 1999) is also visible.
The Pleiades - a stack of ten images. On a good monitor you can see the Merope nebula.
Taurus and Perseus. That's the University of Michigan's 80-foot radio dish in the foreground.
Auriga, the Charioteer. How many Messiers can you see? I took this one from my back yard.
The Twins. Can you spot M35? I took this one from my back yard.