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Contains:  M 83, NGC 5236
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Messier 83, 





    
        

            Oliver Czernetz
Messier 83

Messier 83

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Resolution: 2025x1720

Astrometry.net job: 544550

RA center: 204.250 degrees

DEC center: -29.873 degrees

Orientation: 179.956 degrees

Field radius: 0.159 degrees

Description

Messier 83

Messier 83 (also known as the Southern Pinwheel Galaxy) is a barred spiral galaxy, approximately 15 million light-years away in the constellation Hydra.
It is one of the closest and brightest barred spiral galaxies in the sky, making it visible with binoculars.

LRGB (60:20:20:20 Min) Remote from Siding Spring Observatory (Aus)
RCOS 12.5"
SBIG ST8 XME

Additional Red and H-Alpha from the CTIO 1.5 meter Telescope (NOAO Science Archive)

Image Assembly and Processing: Oliver Czernetz
Software: Deep Sky Stacker, Fits Liberator, Registar, Photoshop CS5E

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This research draws upon data provided by [Survey PI] as distributed by the NOAO Science Archive. NOAO is operated by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA), Inc. under a cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation.

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