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November is often called the month of the Pleiades, because it's when this star cluster - sometimes called the Seven Sisters - shines from dusk until dawn.


Center of the Tarantula Nebula, in near infrared, contains the most massive stars ever found, in a center concentration known as R136. Several stars are between 100-200 solar masses and millions of times more luminous than our Sun. The largest (R136a1) is thought to be 265-315 solar masses. It is thought that the number of stars in the super star cluster in the Tarantula Nebula has the capability of becoming a globular cluster in the future, the largest star clusters.

Celebrating Hubble's 25th here's a cool video. Flight to Star Cluster Westerlund 2

Extreme star cluster bursts into life in new Hubble image

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The Pleiades star cluster, M45, is one of the brightest star clusters visible in the northern hemisphere. It consists of many bright, hot stars that were all formed at the same time within a large cloud of interstellar dust and gas. The blue haze that accompanies them is due to very fine dust which still remains and preferentially reflects the blue light from the stars. June 20,1995


150,000 Stars - The Messier 2 Star ClusterThis massive Star Cluster (The Messier 2 Star Cluster) is 13 billion years old - making it one of the oldest star clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy. Not only is this Star Cluster ancient, it is one of the...


Hot blue youngstersThe star-forming region NGC 3603 contains one of the most impressive massive young star clusters in the Milky Way. Bathed in gas and dust the cluster formed in a huge rush of star...

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NGC 3603 is the most massive visible cloud of glowing gas and plasma, known as a H II region, in the Milky Way. The central star cluster is the densest concentration of very massive stars known in the galaxy.