M 33 Galaxy in Triangulum

M 33 has a very low surface brightness so you need dark and clear skies to see it visually or in a telescope. M 33 was amongst the first galaxies to be identified as a spiral galaxy

Takahashi Sky 90 and a Starlight Xpress SXV-H9 CCD camera

26 images staked and processed with AIP4WIN

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