Top 10 celestial objects you can see with our telescopes

Venus Mars
Venus
The distance from the Earth is about
193 000 000 km
Mars
The distance from the Earth is about
232 400 000 km
Saturn Arcturus
Saturn
The distance from the Earth is about
1 400 000 000 km
Arcturus (the star in the constellation Bootes)
Approximately 36 light-years away from the Earth
Mizar (the star in the constellation Ursa Major) Epsilon Lyrae (the multiple star system in the constellation of Lyra)
Epsilon Lyrae (the multiple star system in the constellation of Lyra)
Approximately 162 light-years away from the Earth
Mizar (the star in the constellation Ursa Major)
Approximately 78 light-years away from the Earth
Albireo The Beehive Star Cluster (Praesepe, M44)
Albireo (the double star in the constellation Cygnus)
Approximately 380 light-years away from the Earth
The Beehive Star Cluster (Praesepe, M44) in the constellation Cancer
Approximately 580 light-years away from the Earth
M57 (The Ring Nebula) The Great Globular Cluster M13
M57 (The Ring Nebula) in the constellation Lyra
Approximately 2000 light-years away from the Earth
The Great Globular Cluster M13 in the constellation Hercules
Approximately 20 000 light-years away from the Earth