Lists of astronomical objects

Asteroid Ida with its own moonMimas, a natural satellite of Saturn
Comet LovejoyPlanet Jupiter, a gas giant
The Sun, a G-type starStar Sirius A with white dwarf companion Sirius BThe Crab Nebula, a remnant of a supernova explosion that was seen in the year 1054
Black hole (artist's animation)Vela pulsar, a rotating neutron star
Globular star cluster Messier 80 in the constellation ScorpiusThe Pleiades, an open star cluster
The Whirlpool galaxyGalaxy cluster Abel 2744
Map of filaments and voidsMap of galaxy superclusters and filaments
Selection of astronomical bodies and objects:
Notable astronomical objects and their known physical features.

This is a list of lists, grouped by type of astronomical object.

Solar System

Minor planets

Exo-planets and brown dwarfs

Stars

Star constellations

Star clusters

Nebulae

Galaxies

Satellite galaxies

Galaxy groups and clusters

Black holes

Other lists

Astronomical catalogues

Map of astronomical objects

In this map of the Observable Universe, objects appear enlarged to show their shape. From left to right celestial bodies are arranged according to their proximity to the Earth. This horizontal (distance to Earth) scale is logarithmic.

See also

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