The Triangle Galaxy (Messier 33, also called the Triangle Galaxy), is a spiral galaxy located in the northeastern sky. It belongs to the so-called Local Group, which also includes the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way. The triangular galaxy is 2.8 million light-years away from us (one light-year equals 9.4605 trillion kilometers). Filmed with a ZWO ASI 533 MC PRO, Canon lens 500mm, F4, ISO 200. Camera tracking using Celestron AVX to compensate for Earth’s rotation, and auto-directing using PHD2 and ZWO ASI 120MM. A total of 120 images of 120 seconds each for RGB and 70 images of 300 seconds each. For H-Alpha, a total of 9.7 hours spread over three nights.
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09/06/2023 at 11:00 PM CEST
|camera||Zoo Assy 533MC Pro|
|Exposure time||9.7 hours|
|Post-processing||Astropixel Wizard, RC Astro StarXTerminator, Photoshop,|
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