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Object Other Name(s) Thumbnail Image Comments
Barnard 1   Barnard 1

Barnard 1 and Barnard 205.  Labeled image.

 

 

 

 

Image with important objects labeled

Barnard 2   Barnard 3 and environs, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 3   Barnard 3 and environs

Barnard 3 and environs, labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 4   Barnard 3 and environs, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 5   Barnard 3 and environs, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 6      
Barnard 7      
Barnard 8      
Barnard 9      
Barnard 10      
Barnard 11      
Barnard 12      
Barnard 13      
Barnard 14   Barnard 22.  Labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 15   Barnard 15  
Barnard 16      
Barnard 17      
Barnard 18      
Barnard 19   Barnard 22.  Labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 20      

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Object Other Name(s) Thumbnail Image Comments
Barnard 21      
Barnard 22 Taurus Dark Cloud Barnard 22

Barnard 22.  Labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Image with important objects labeled

Barnard 23   Barnard 24 and 23

Barnard 24 and 23 labeled image

ASA 20-inch f/3.6 telescope image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 23   Barnard 24 and 23

Barnard 24 and 23 labeled image

Takahashi Epsilon 180 f/2.8 telescope image

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 24   Barnard 24 and 23

Barnard 24 and 23 labeled image

ASA 20-inch f/3.6 telescope image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 24   Barnard 24 and 23

Barnard 24 and 23 labeled image

Takahashi Epsilon 180 f/2.8 telescope image

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 25      
Barnard 26   See Barnard 28  
Barnard 27   See Barnard 28  
Barnard 28   Barnard 28

Barnard 28

Barnard 28

Barnard 26, 27, 28 labeled image

The two bright stars are v magnitudes of 6.7 and 8.4. They are involved with the bright nebula VDB 31, LBN 798. Barnard 28 is north of the stars.

 

 

 

 

 

Wide angle view showing Barnard 28, 27, and 26.

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 29   Barnard 222 and Barnard 29 and environs

Barnard 222 and Barnard 29, labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 30   Barnard 30

Barnard 30 and environs, labeled image

Barnard 30 is a large amorphous area

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 31   Barnard 30 and environs, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 32   Barnard 30 and environs, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 33 Horsehead Nebula; IC434 Horsehead Nebula Combination of Takahashi Epsilon 180 f/2.8 astrograph and Canon EOS Ra camera
Barnard 33 Horsehead Nebula; IC434 Horsehead Nebula The "Horsehead" is Barnard 33. The surrounding nebulosity is IC434. QSI 532 CCD camera combined with Takahashi Epsilon 180 telescope.
Barnard 33 Horsehead Nebula; IC434 Horsehead Nebula QSI 532 CCD camera combined with Takahashi Epsilon 180 telescope. Objects labeled.
Barnard 33 Horsehead Nebula; IC434 QSI 532 CCD camera combined with Takahashi Epsilon 180 telescope, hydrogen alpha exposure.
Barnard 33 Horsehead Nebula; IC434 Horsehead Nebula Takahashi Epsilon 180 f/2.8 telescope with ZWO ASI071 single shot color camera.
Barnard 33 Horsehead Nebula; IC434 Horsehead Nebula

Horsehead Nebula labeled image

 

Horsehead Nebula CDK24 image

ASA 20-inch f/3.5 telescope image

 

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

 

PlaneWave CDK24 24-inch f/6.5 telescope image

Barnard 34   Barnard 34

Barnard 34, labeled image

PlaneWave CDK24 24-inch f/6.5 telescope image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image.

Barnard 34   M37 and Barnard 34 Takahashi Epsilon 180 f/2.8 astrograph with Canon EOS Ra camera
Barnard 35   Barnard 35 and Barnard 36

Barnard 35 and Barnard 36, labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 36   Barnard 35 and Barnard 36, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 37   Barnard 37, 38, and 39

 

 

Barnard 37 and environs, labeled image

Barnard 37, 38, and 39 are not illustrated in A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way (1927) edited by Edwin B. Frost, Director of Yerkes Observatory, and Mary R. Calvert, Barnard's niece.

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 38   Barnard 37 and environs, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 39   Barnard 37 and environs, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 40   Barnard 41  

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Object Other Name(s) Thumbnail Image Comments
Barnard 41   Barnard 40  
Barnard 42 Rho Ophiuchus complex; IC4604 (bright nebulosity); Barnard 42 (dark nebulosity west of Rho Ophiuchus) Barnard 42

Barnard 42, labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 43   Barnard 43

Barnard 43 labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 44 Western portion Barnard 44, western portion near Antares  
Barnard 44 Eastern portion Barnard 44, eastern portion  
Barnard 44a   Barnard 232 and 44a, labeled image Labeled image
Barnard 45   Barnard 45 Jupiter is bright object West of B45.  This image was taken 13 June 2007.
Barnard 46   Barnard 46 and environs

Barnard 46, 47, and 280.  Labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 47   Barnard 46 and environs

Barnard 46, 47, and 280.  Labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 48      
Barnard 49      
Barnard 50      
Barnard 51   Barnard 51

Barnard 51 and environs, labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 52      
Barnard 53      
Barnard 54      
Barnard 55      
Barnard 56      
Barnard 57   Barnard 60

Barnard 60 and environs, labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 58      
Barnard 59 Eastern portion of the Pipe Nebula

Pipe Nebula East, image labeled

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

Barnard 60   Barnard 60

Barnard 60 and environs, labeled image

 

 

 

 

 

Labeled image

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