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Messier 33 in Triangulum

Astrophotography from Ursa Major Observatory @ ROSA

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Spiral Galaxy
Tri
2016-09-27 + 2016-10-22+31 + 2016-11-20+21
Gahberg Observatory, Upper Austria (astronomie.at)
ESPRIT 80/400 APO + Moravian G2-8300, Baader LRGB
ASA DDM 60pro
Luminance 25x20 min, RGB 11x20 min each
19 h 20 min
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~ 2.7 Mio ly
5,5 mag (V)
69’ x 42’
Many diffuse nebulae can be identified in Messier 33. NGC 607 is one of them - discovered as early as 1784 by William Herschel. M 33 is the second brightest spiral galaxy in the sky after M 31.