Image acquired using the Wide Field Camera on the Isaac Newton Telescope of the large galaxy cluster, Abell 2254. More information.
This image of the Ring Nebula or Messier 57 was obtained using the Wide Field Camera on the Isaac Newton Telescope. It is a three-colour composite made from data collected using
filters to isolate the light emitted by hydrogen alpha (H-alpha), doubly ionised oxygen (OIII) and ionised sulfur (SII) atoms. More information.
This fantastic image of the Pinwheel Galaxy was obtained using the Wide Field Camera on the Isaac Newton Telescope. More information.
Introduction to the Isaac Newton Telescope. Credit: OPTICON Public Outreach.
English: AVI (70M).
Spanish: AVI (70M).
Introduction to the William Herschel Telescope. Credit: OPTICON Public Outreach.
English: AVI (74M).
Spanish: AVI (74M).
The Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes and the neighbourhood at the Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory. Click on the image and find out who is who!
Colour composition of the Coma Galaxy Cluster obtained using Isaac Newton Telescope's Wide Field Camera.
Part of the Elephant's Trunk Nebula, which in turn is part of the large HII region IC1396 in the constellation Cepheus, seen in H-alpha. Credit: Nick Wright (UCL).
The spiral galaxy NGC 7217 in Pegasus. Image obtained using the Prime Focus Imaging Camera at the William Herschel Telescope in B, V and R bands.
Courtesy of Mischa Schirmer (ING) and Gilles Bergond (IAA, Granada).More information.
SWIRE: Piecing Together the Universe's History with Wide-Infrared Eyes,
using data from the Spitzer Space Telescope and the Isaac Newton Telescope.
INT image of the jet powered bubble blown by the black hole system Cygnus X-1. More information.
Image of a Perseid meteor obtained by ING staff Jure Skvarc at the Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory. More information.
Image of IC 2169 obtained by ING astronomer Mischa Schirmer and Cord Scholz. More information.
Image of S147 Supernova Remnant based on data obtained as part of the INT Photometric Hα Survey of the Northern Galactic Plane prepared by Albert Zijlstra, University of Manchester and Jonathan Irwin, IoA Cambridge. More information.
William Herschel Telescope at night. Digital photo by Nik Szymanek. [ JPEG (455 K) ]