The images on this page are mosaics of at least 2 images stitched together to make one larger image. In regular photography these are known as panoramas and they usually cover a wide angle of view. Astro mosaics usually are done when a single frame cannot show an entire deep sky object or when a group of objects that are close together will not fit in one frame. They still cover a small field of view compared to Earth bound panoramas.

Click on each image below to see a much larger version. The bigger your display the better.

The North America and Pelican Nebulas

The Pleiades

The Rosette Nebula

The Horsehead Nebula Region

LBN667, IC1848

VDB 14 & 15


Veil Nebula

M8/M20 Region

M31 - The Andromeda Galaxy

M16/17 Region

Sharpless 2-119

NGC7822 & Cedarblad 214

NGC 1499 - The California Nebula

IC1318 - Gamma Cygni Nebula

Region of the Cone Nebula

The North America and Pelican Nebulas in H-Alpha Light

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