The third largest galaxy in the Local Group is Messier the Triangulum Galaxy which is barely visible to the naked eye, even in the darkest skies. It is also the farthest permanent object that can be seen without a telescope.
One of the biggest of its kind in our night sky, the emission nebula which appears brighter and four times larger than Orion Nebula. Despite there are large number of globules, open clusters, dark and bright regions and even dust-pillars in it, its most interesting part is...
The Cigar Galaxy emits 5 times more light than the Milky Way, although its diameter is only of the diameter of our galaxy. When so much energy works in so "small region", there must some extraordinary things happen. That is the case with Messier 82 too.
The famous galaxy in constellation Sculptor is called The Silver Dollar Galaxy, but it is also known as The Sculptor Galaxy. It is the third brightest galaxy in the sky after the Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy.
This hydrogen nebula located in the heart of Auriga is being ionised by the runaway star AE Aurigae. The nebula got a quite catchy name: The Flaming Star Nebula, however it does nothing to do with the physical processes happening in the object, it describes the visual appearance very well.
The southern counterpart of constellation Corona Borealis is Corona Australis, in which, beside several other interesting objects, there is a giant molecular cloud complex, the Corona Australis Cloud Complex, a part of which is shown in the photo.
Centaurus A Radio Galaxy is one of the most famous objects in Centaurus, and as its name suggests, it is not an ordinary galaxy at all. There is a supermassive black hole in its core emitting million light-years long jets in which matter travels almost at the speed of light.