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Clusters & Nebulae Sample Quiz WMPezzaglia © oct 28, 2006
North American Nebula Type: Emission Nebula Where: Cygnus 2
Horsehead Nebula Where: Orion Type: Absorption Nebula (Barnard 33) 3
4 H & Chi Type: Double Open Cluster Where: PERSEUS
Crab Nebula 5 Type: SNR (Supernova Remnant) Where: TAURUS Catalog: M1
Cone Nebula 5 Type: Emission Nebula+Absorption Neb Where: MONOCEROS
Ring Nebula 6 Catalog: M57 Where: LYRA Type: Planetary Nebula
Double Helix Nebula 6 Where: AQUARIUS Type: Planetary Nebula
Hourglass Nebula 6 Where: MUSCA Type: Planetary Nebula
Dumbell Nebula 6 Catalog: M27 Where: VULPECULA Type: Planetary Nebula
Cats Eye Nebula 6 Where: DRACO Type: Planetary Nebula
Lagoon Nebula 6 Catalog: M8 Where: SAGITTARIUS Type: Emission Nebula
Trifid Nebula 6 Catalog: M20 Where: SAGITTARIUS Type: Emission Nebula
Eagle Nebula 6 Catalog: M16 Where: SERPENS Type: Emission Nebula
Orion Nebula 6 Catalog: M42 Where: ORION Type: Emission Nebula
Veil Nebula 6 Where: CYGNUS Type: SNR Supernova Remnant
9 Type: Open Cluster
Gum Nebula 6 Where: VELA Type: SNR Supernova Remnant
Keyhole (Eta Carina) Nebula 6 Where: CARINA Type: Emission Nebula
7 Pleiades Catalog: M45 Where: TAURUS Type: Open Cluster + Reflection Nebula
8 Type: Globular Cluster
Rosette Nebula 9 Type: Emission Nebula Where: Monoceros
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