The Triangulum Galaxy by Robert Huerbsch
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The Triangulum Galaxy

October 8, 2019

The Triangulum Galaxy is a spiral galaxy located 2.7 million miles from our Milky Way galaxy. This is the furthest deep sky object that can be seen with the unaided eye, and only from pristine dark sites. Andromeda is a much larger and brighter galaxy, a bit closer at 2.5 million miles away and easy to see even from suburban skies with the unaided eye when it is high enough in the sky.

Capture details:

location Alafia State Park, FL
Espirit 100 APO - 550mm f/5.5
Canon 6Da
tracked with a NEQ6-Pro
60 x 180s iso1600 = 3 hours worth of data

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