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Messier 106 and others

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In amateur telescopes, Messier 106 is a fine, bright, magnitude 8.4 galaxy. Its mottled, concentrated 5' x 3' central region contains a 1' diameter core with a bright, non-stellar nucleus. The outer halo is much fainter and more diffuse, extending to 19' x 8'.


M 106 Y NGC 4258 Y 4231, 4232 Y 4248 / GX / CANES VENATICI/ EXPO: 25X12"/  FWHM=3,9 / Altritud=41º / Moon=0

Skywatcher /f4 + ATIK Infinity + Infinity software

M 106 Y NGC 4258 Y 4231, 4232 Y 4248 GX CANES VENATICI 25X12 S=3,9 41º L=0.jpg

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This photo was taken with 25 expo of 12" each one stacked with the Infinity software.

Infinity works exceptionally well in this kind of objects and his software helps a lot to achieve details easily.

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