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Messier 85 in Coma Berenices
Galaxy (SAO+(s) pec)
7.1’
10 mag (V)
Com
56 Mio ly
M 85, NGC 4394 and IC 3292 form a trio that belongs to the Virgo Galaxy Cluster. IC 3292 shows signs of interaction with M 85. SDSS J122641.71+180813.5 to the left of the trio has a very similar radial velocity of just over 700 km/s, so this galaxy could also belong to the system around M 85. M 85 itself shows a quite complex structure with shells and arcs. Its diameter is given as 7' - but if you include the faintest extensions in the image, you get about 14' maximum diameter.
Object data NGC 4394
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Spiral Galaxy ((R)SB(r)b)
3.4’ x 3.2’
10.9 mag (V)
Com
55 Mio ly
Object data IC 3292
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Lenticular Galaxy (SO-a)
1.1’
14.8 mag (V)
Com
56 Mio ly
“Alkor” Lacerta N25010c Newtonian, f/D = 4 Moravian G2-8300, Baader LRGB filter
10micron GM2000 HPS II, unguided
L 37x10min / RGB 18x10 min per filter
15 h 10 min
data acquired remotely using Voyager, array version data acquisition by Markus Blauensteiner & Oliver Schneider
2022-04-28+30 + 05-01+19+20+27+29 + 06-01