[M20, Jason Ware]

Image of the Trifid Nebula M20 by Jason Ware.

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    [M20, Wallis/Provin] [M20, Wallis/Provin, zoomed]

    Two images of the Trifid Nebula M20, obtained with an Astro Physics EDF refractor by Brad Wallis and Robert Provin. The cluster M21 is also apparent in these images, look if you can identify it ! These images were kindly contributed by the authors to our database, and are copyrighted. They may be freely used for private purpose. Use in non-commercial public html pages requires appropriate acknowledgement. If you should consider any for-profit use, please contact Robert Provin (robert.provin at csun.edu).

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    [M20, M. Purcell]

    Michael Purcell's image of M20, taken on April 18, 1996 at 04:36 with his Meade 10-inch f/6.3 SC Telescope and a ST7 CCD camera, exposed 15 minutes.

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    [M20, Tim Puckett]

    CCD images of the Trifid Nebula M20, taken by Tim Puckett with an Apogee AP-7 CCD camera and 12-inch Meade LX200. RGB image, exposed 60 seconds.

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    [M20, GCO]

    Wide-field image of the Trifid Nebula M20, also by the GCO. The cluster at the upper right is M21.

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    [M20, M. Germano]

    Martin Germano obtained this beautiful black-and-white photograph of the Trifid Nebula M20 with his 14.5-inch f/5 Newtonian; it is a 60 minutes exposure on hypered Kodak Tech Pan 2415.

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  • Amateur images of M20 and M21
  • Amateur images of the M8/M20/M21 region
  • Images of M20 from the Anglo-Australian Observatory
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