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This image comes from iTelescope.net's "T14" telescope in Mayhill, New Mexico. We are looking at galaxy M63 aka The Sunflower Galaxy. "Messier 63 is a member of the M51 Group, a group of galaxies that includes the famous Whirlpool Galaxy, also known as Messier 51. M63 is a prominent member of the group.
The Sunflower Galaxy is known for its bright yellow central region and sweeping spiral arms interspersed with active star forming regions and dark dust lanes.
The galaxy is enormous in size, spanning roughly 130,000 light years across, an area roughly equal to the size of the Milky Way Galaxy. It is home to more than 400 billion stars. Observations in infrared wavelengths revealed that the galaxy has a two-armed spiral structure. In the inner region of Messier 63, the spiral arms are tightly wound around the core, and they are less tightly wound in the outer regions. M63 is home to many bright starburst regions, extended emission nebulae found within the spiral arms...
And one last shot from a few evenings ago at Ocean Beach. Again this was way out there and I was at 300mm without using a tripod. It's a little messy but still enjoyable. Thanks for taking a look!
My first attempt at more serious astrophotography: This is the galaxy known as The Whirlpool Galaxy, or more technically, Messier 51a. It is "is an interacting grand-design spiral galaxy with a Seyfert 2 active galactic nucleus in the constellation Canes Venatici." (Thank you Wikipedia) It is anywhere from 15 to 35 million light years distant from the Milky Way.
The image was captured early in the morning of February 25, 2015 by combining L, R, G and B images captured using the "T20" telescope in Mayhill, New Mexico through itelescope.net.
And thank you to Nicole Mortillaro who introduced me to this really cool service, through which one remotely controls a network of telescopes around the globe. Nicole's images are amazing and make this first attempt by me look, well, like a first attempt. I have much to learn...
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