NGC 7331 AND BEYOND

NGC   7331   (also   known   as   Caldwell   30)   is   a   spiral galaxy   about   40   million   light-years   (12   Mpc)   away in   the   constellation   Pegasus.   It   was   discovered by    William    Herschel    in    1784.NGC    7331    is    the brightest    member    of    the    NGC    7331    Group    of galaxies. The   galaxy   is   similar   in   size   and   structure   to   the galaxy    we    inhabit,    and    is    often    referred    to    as "the      Milky      Way's      twin",      although      recent discoveries   regarding   the   structure   of   the   Milky Way may call this similarity into doubt.
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NGC 7331 AND BEYOND

Place:        Ager-Lleida-Spain SQM:         21.5 Dates:       July & Sep Details Telescope:  GSO RC14 Truss Mount:        ASA DDM85 Camera:      Moravian G3-11000 (Kai 11002) Focuser:      Feather Touch 3 Kit Boss II Flattener:    TS 2.5 Exposure:    L: 41x600 sec bin1                       RGB: 35x600 sec bin2 Processing:  Pixinsight & Photoshop CC Software:     MaximDL, Sequence,Autoslew Control Remote:  Talon6

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