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Subject: Galaxy M106 and NGC 4248
Author: Paul Kanevsky
Scope:WO FLT 110 APO F/6.5
Instruments:HX916 CCD, G11 mount, ST-4 autoguider
Exposure time:LRGB 90:30:30:30 minutes, all binned 1x1
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Date:Mar. 31, 2003
Remarks:
Processing: Photoshop, mild Unsharp Mask. No flats or darks were used.Description: Galaxy M106 is located in the constellation of Canes Venatici. It is approximately 25 million light years away from Earth and forms a gravitational group with other galaxies including M108 and M109. The bluish streak to the left and middle of M106 is the galaxy NGC4248

 

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