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M 33 Galaxy in Triangulum
Description:

Galaxy M33 in the constellation of Triangulum is part of the local group of galaxies to which our galaxy belongs. M33 is quite large a object in the night sky with an apparent diameter of over half a degree so it looks bigger than the full moon.

A 400mm camera lens at F11 on a EQ 5 mount. Starlight Xpress MX716 CCD camera

43 - 60 seconds exposures. Processed with Starlight Xpress software Astromix and Adobe photo deluxe 4

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