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Emission nebula NGC 249

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Heart Nebula

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IC 1396 Elephants Trunk Nebula

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M16 eagle nebula pillars of creation

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M27 Dumbbell Nebula

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NGC 6888 Crescent Nebula

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Orion Nebula M42

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Statue of Liberty Nebula NGC 3576

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IC 1396 Elephants Trunk Nebula from the Ozarks

IC 1396, known as the Elephant's Trunk Nebula, is a stunning region of ionized gas and interstellar dust in the constellation Cepheus. Captured from the Ozarks in Missouri by Richard Harris, this image showcases intricate structures and vibrant colors, highlighting the beauty of this cosmic formation.

M27 Dumbbell Nebula astrophoto taken with the FSQ 106 EDX4 by Richard Harris

M27 Dumbbell Nebula with a Takahashi FSQ106EDX4 instrument

We captured the breathtaking beauty of the M27 Dumbbell Nebula on a hot summer night with the Takahashi FSQ106EDX4 telescope. Explore detailed images of this stunning planetary nebula, renowned for its intricate structure and vivid colors. Discover the universe's wonders with precision and clarity, showcasing the exceptional performance of the FSQ106EDX4 in astrophotography under warm, clear Ozarks skies.

The Paramount MX Series 6 in the Ozark Hills Observatory

Upgrade in the dome to the Software Bisque MX mount

Ozark Hills Observatory upgrades from an LX850 to the advanced Software Bisque Paramount MX+ mount, enhancing precision and stability for astronomical observations. Experience superior tracking and imaging capabilities with this state-of-the-art equipment. Stay tuned for more stellar updates!

NGC 6888 Crescent Nebula captured with Takahashi FSQ-106EDEX4

NGC 6888 Crescent Nebula captured with Takahashi FSQ-106EDEX4

Discover the stunning NGC 6888 Crescent Nebula captured with the Takahashi FSQ-106EDEX4 by Richard Harris. This remarkable image showcases the intricate details and vibrant colors of this celestial wonder, making it a must-see for astrophotography enthusiasts and stargazers alike.

The Orion Nebula astrophoto taken with the TEC 180 FL telescope and ZWO 6200MM camera

The Orion Nebula M42 astrophoto taken with the TEC 180 FL

The awe-inspiring beauty of the Orion Nebula M42 is revealed through our latest astrophoto taken with the high-end TEC 180 FL telescope. This image showcases the incredible detail and vibrant colors of one of the most famous celestial objects in the night sky. The TEC 180 FL's superior optics bring out the intricate structures and gas clouds of the nebula, revealing aspects that are often missed in lesser-quality images.

RCW 58 Ring Nebula in Carina The Telescope House Ozark Hills Observatory

Astrophotography of a Wolf Rayet star RCW 58 using a 24 inch telescope

The cosmic beauty of RCW 58, a stunning star captured in our high-resolution astrophotography. This celestial image showcases the intricate details of the star's surrounding nebulosity, revealing the dynamic processes within this distant corner of the universe. Perfect for astronomy enthusiasts and space photography collectors.

WR102 a star that is 200,000 degrees hotter than the Sun

The hottest star in our universe WR 102 astrophoto by Richard Harris

WR 102 is one of the hottest known stars in our universe and it's also among the only Wolf–Rayet stars known to be in our Milky Way galaxy. It has a surface temperatures exceeding 200,000 Kelvin. This astrophoto by Richard Harris of Missouri was taken from a remotely operated observatory in Chile using a CDK24 PlaneWave telescope.

Ozarks Hills Observatory 24 inch PlaneWave Telescope in Chile

Ozark Hills Observatory gains access to Chile based 24 inch PlaneWave telescope

Exciting news! The Ozark Hills Observatory has gained access to a 24 "PlaneWave telescope based in Chile! This remarkable partnership will significantly enhance our ability to explore the cosmos, unlocking new possibilities and bringing the wonders of the universe closer to us. Get ready for breathtaking images and groundbreaking discoveries as we delve deeper into the mysteries of the stars!