Jedi2014 Posted May 30, 2017 Share Posted May 30, 2017 (edited) Hello galaxy friends, To the conclusion of the galaxy season and on the last pusher before astronomical twilight, here is my M 109 out of my garden observatory (I call it "Upper Borg Observatory"). Now I am finished with the Newton for this spring and make - if at all - narrowband with my small Takahashi during the shortest nights of the year. The galaxy in the constellation Big Bear is still quite small despite a 1000 mm focal length. I could scramble about 8 hours in three nights last and this week. Recently I processed a fine M109 from the LT. Here is the thread: https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/293125-m-109-from-liverpool-telescope/ More: http://www.spaceimages.de/en/astrophotos/galaxies/m-109 or: http://www.astrobin.com/297518/ Cheers Jens Edited May 30, 2017 by Jedi2014 14 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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