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Eridanus "Eye of God" Galaxy - NGC1232 _ 14-31 Dec2021 HaLRGB
 
© Mariusz Goralski

Eridanus "Eye of God" Galaxy - NGC1232 _ 14-31 Dec2021 HaLRGB


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NGC 1232 is an intermediate spiral galaxy about 60 million light-years away in the constellation Eridanus, sometimes refered to as the "Eye of God" galaxy.
NGC 1232 and its satellite are part of the Eridanus cluster of galaxies, along with NGC 1300 which I imaged a couple of months ago.

Imaged in Ha & LRGB with a QHY268M camera, through a C8 SCT at 2032mm focal length, tracked on a CGEM mount for a total exposure time of 10 hours and 5 minutes.

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