Star Clusters


Star clusters come in two main forms. Open clusters are loose accumulations of a dozen to a few hundred stars. Globular clusters are spherical concentrations of hundreds of thousands of stars. Click on any thumbnail image or the Enlarge button to see the full-size image and a description of the object. Place the mouse cursor over any words highlighted in green for more information. For mobile device users, all the highlighted terms are listed under the Glossary tab.


M13
Pleiades Star Cluster (M 45)
M37
M2
M38
Double Cluster
M36
M15
M53
M67
M71
M56
M4
M26
M30
M39
M41
M46
M48
M50
NGC 7789
NGC 6910
M44
IC 1276
IC 1311
M52
M3