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NGC 5907

 NGC 5907 by Thomas Kerns of Beluga Lake Observaory

Object: NGC 5907
Description NGC 5906, often called the Splinter galaxy is a spiral galaxy in Draco, located 45 million light years from the Sun. An edge-on galaxy, it appears as a thin sliver of light in a telescope.
   
Scope C8 with meade 6.3 focal recucer
Camera ST2000XCM
Filters Baader IR
Mount Losmandy G11
Guiding Self Guided
Exposure
Info:
4 hours total exposure time (16x15min)
   

 

 

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