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The Deer Lick Group

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Observer
Peter Edwards
Time of observation
23/08/2016 - 23:00
Object
NGC 7331
Observing location
Sussex, UK
Equipment
C14 with ST2000XCM camera
Exposure
24x5 minute exposures
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The Deer Lick Group of galaxies in Pegasus. This group of about 6 galaxies is dominated by NGC7331, a spiral galaxy 40 million light years distant. The image was taken using a C14 telescope at f/7 and a ST2000XCM colour camera.  Exposure was 24 x 5 minute subs.

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