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Stub Mandrel

M33 close up and personal

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I finally managed to do a half decent processing of this one, looks almost as big as M31 using the 150PL!.

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Nice image. Got a few hours of capture time on M33 earlier this week - not processed yet. Hope mine is as good as yours. 

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I've been looking here and here.

Between these two sites I have been able to locate lots of named features.

C39, C27, U49 and U62 are globular clusters in M33.

B342 is a yellow supergiant that has been proven to be in M33 and is the brightest star found in the galaxy.

As I have no Ha filter many of the active regions don't show as very red, except NGC804 and a hint in NGC595.

M33 Key..jpg

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