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Observation by Mike Greenhill-Hooper: M100 plus NGC 4312 and fainter galaxies

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Mike Greenhill-Hooper

Observer

Mike Greenhill-Hooper

Observed

2021 Apr 12 - 22:00

Uploaded

2021 Apr 18 - 15:58

Objects

M100

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Constellation

Coma Berenices

Field centre

RA: 12h22m
Dec: +15°44'
Position angle: -34°50'

Field size

0°29' × 0°22'

Equipment
  • Celestron C11 on SkyWatcher NEQ6 mount; f6.3 focal reducer
  • Atik 383L (+ IR filter) with OAG - Orion Star Shoot
Exposure

total 3 hours of 2x2 binned (B&W, luminance) and unbinned

Location

Miradoux, S.W. France

Target name

M100

Title

M100 plus NGC 4312 and fainter galaxies

About this image

As well as M100 and NGC 4312, six other galaxies are visible (I think?) - clockwise from 8 o'clock: NGC 4328, PGC 40214, NGC 4323, IC 783, IC 783A, and UGC 7425

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