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Close view to M31

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I used to be in the mood for M31. Since my Newton doesn't quite get it completely on my camera chip (ASI 1600 MMC), I concentrated on the "northern" part (at least in the usual way). After two somewhat hazy nights in which I collected 5.5 hours of LRGB in my backyard observatory, the following was the result: (and YES - I will go for a mosaic :-))



bigger and data: http://www.spaceimag...es/m-31-of-2018

or https://www.astrobin.com/376031/



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