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Contains:  M 64, Black-eye galaxy, NGC 4826
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M 64 Kombi ASI1600mmp/Pentax K3ii, 


M 64 Kombi ASI1600mmp/Pentax K3ii

M 64 Kombi ASI1600mmp/Pentax K3ii

Technical card

Resolution: 1773x1732

Integration: 0.0 hours job: 2709768

RA center: 194.191 degrees

DEC center: 21.693 degrees

Pixel scale: 0.864 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 325.274 degrees

Field radius: 0.298 degrees

Locations: Balkon, Ascheberg, NRW, Germany

Data source: Backyard


M 64 is a spiral galaxy which is about 17 million lightyears away in the constellation Coma Berenices. M 64 is also called Black Eye Galaxy.

The image is a combination of monochrome images taken with the ASI1600mmp and color images taken with an unmodified Pentax K3ii.

410 x 15s gain 130 ASI1600mmp
100 x 180s ISO 800 Pentax K3ii
Telescope 130/910mm TS Photoline Apo Triplet



License: None (All rights reserved)

Sky plot

Sky plot


M 64 Kombi ASI1600mmp/Pentax K3ii, 



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