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Sombrero Galaxy

I created this beautiful picture of the Sombrero galaxy from around 4 hours of a few nights ago . This was my first time trying this target and I’m blown away, I might have found my new favorite galaxy! The Sombrero Galaxy is close to 30 million light years away and about 50,000 light years in diameter containing 100 billion stars. The bright light it gives off is thought to be from the large number of globular clusters it contains. Then the round bulge you see in the middle is from the supermassive black hole at the center. I took these with my Celestron C8 which framed the galaxy up perfectly with the f/6.3 Reducer.

Celestron C8 XLT
ASI2600MC Pro
Celestron Advanced VX Mount
Lights 74x180s


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