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Andromeda Galaxy (M31)

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The Andromeda galaxy, M31, a nearby spiral galaxy (only 2.5 million light years away!) containing approximately 10 Trillion stars. Two of its satellite galaxies, M32 and M110, are also visible.

Image Details
TMB-130 telescope
SBIG STL11000 CCD
Luminance filter
8 x 5min

Author
Peter Erdman
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