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This is the #Cigar Galaxy, otherwise known as #NGC 3034 or M82. This galaxy is ‘nearby” it’s at a neighbourly distance of 12-million light-years, in the constellation of Ursa Major. The galaxy itself is classified as a starburst #galaxy. As a whole, M82 is 5 times brighter than the Milky Way. Up until recently, M82 was thought to be an irregular galaxy, but astronomers have since discovered two spiral arms.

Imaged from #London using Altair Astro RC 250TT

#ioptron CEM60 mount


L: 5 x 5 min

RGB 3 x 10 min

Ha 3 x 30 min


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