M33, NGC598 in Triangulum

Right Ascension = 1 : 33 : 9 (h:m:s), Declination = +30 :39 (deg:m)
Magnitude =5.7, Size = 73x45 arc minutes

The Black and white image is made up of 20x60s -12C degree images co-added after autodark subtract. There is no guiding. This is a f1.95 fastar image.

M33, NGC598 in Triangulum, a large opened face galaxy.

The Triangulum galaxy M33 is another prominent member of the Local Group of galaxies. This galaxy is small compared to its big apparent neighbor, the Andromeda galaxy M31, and to our Milky Way galaxy, but is more of average size for spiral galaxies in the universe.

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