Hi All, here is M109 in Ursa Major a very faint and small object in an 80mm scope. Imaged with my usual setup and if you look to the left you will see another galaxy side on and at 5 o'clock below you will see another. ( I imaged this at 04:30 sunday morning!) M109 is between 9 and 10 Magnitude.
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There are actually 3 more galaxies in this image so I have included an inverse greyscale to show them in a bettaer light
Meade 8inch SCT. Observatory mounted on an HEQ5 Pro using EQMOD Canon 1000D modified DSLR,200mm Dobsonian, 200mm Celestron C8, 15x70 Astro Binoculars. 2x Mintron ccd cameras, lots of other stuff.
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