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M33, 2009/11/23

Poster: Dave Mitsky (see all of this user's photos)
Description: This 50-second long image of M33 (NGC 598), commonly known as the Triangulum or Pinwheel Galaxy, was captured remotely using the Bradford Robotic Telescope's 14" f/11 Celestron C14 SCT and FLI MicroLine camera located on Tenerife in the Canary Islands. A Celestron focal reducer yielding an effective focal length of 1877mm at f/5.3 was employed. North is up and east is to the left in the image. For more on M33, browse

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