Updated: 3.23.03

In the Stellarvue AT1010 80mm refractor, M33 is just about the right size, although a 90 degree rotation of the camera would have been better still. While a very large object (located in Triangulum), this galaxy has a very low surface brightness, making it somewhat difficult to see visually. It is easily detected using binoculars in dark skies.

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Image info:

80mm Stellarvue AT1010 piggybacked on the 12" LX200

Starlight Express

15x4 mins


Stacked and processed in Astroart

guided with a Mintron 12V1 on the 12" LX200


Lewis farm site