NGC2237 - The Rosette Nebula

Credits: NASA, ESA, J. Hester and A. Loll (Arizona State University)

NGC2237 is a diffuse nebula which forms part of the Rosette Nebula and Cluster (NGC2244).
It is located 5,000 light years from the Sun.

Facts about NGC2237 by Keith Turnecliff

The Rosette Nebula is best seen with binoculars from a very dark sky. The star cluster within the nebula is very easily visible,
but the neblosity itself requires careful observation.

This star chart for represents the view from Long Itchington in late January at 10pm.
Credits: Image courtesy of Starry Night Pro Plus 8, researched and implemented by Keith Turnecliff.