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prokyon

NGC 5364/5363

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Hi folks!

Last weekend we had good weather. But Mr. Moon was on stage. So I used only the hours after midnight for collecting data with 10" newtonian and Moravian G2-8300FW. I got 24x600s for L and 20x600s for RGB.

Distance of these two galaxies in Virgo is circa 54 Mly.

NGC5364.jpg

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http://www.starrymetalnights.at/Bilder/NGC5364_66Perc.jpg

annotated:
http://www.starrymetalnights.at/Bilder/NGC5364_66Perc_Annotated.jpg

Cheers

Werner

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Interesting subject Werner and very well captured.

Mike

p.s. Great website too, you can't beat a bit of metal, the heavier the better!

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Very nice Werner :-) love galaxy season.

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nicely framed and interesting

paul j

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I love it, brilliant image and great background, very natural.

A.G

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Incredibly detailed and and very natural looking processing.

Which software did you use to annotate your image?

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A beautiful image Werner. Nice to see 4 Galaxies in one shot. Well done. 

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Thank you vor the nice comments!

@Alexander,

I used PixInsight for annotating.

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What a wonderful image. Lovely depth, colour and detail, and a lesser known target too.

Ticks all the boxes for me. :smiley:

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