M 33, The Pinwheel Galaxie (Tri)

 

 

Technical data:    This image was done in cooperation with the Capella-Obseratory team and the use of their 24"f/3-Cassegrain telescope

                           SBIG STL11000 with Custom Scientific-Filterset

                           Two frame mosaic remotely done with the "Ganymed"-telescope located at Skinakas-Observatory/Greece

                           LHaRGB exposure times in total (L=16x600s; Ha=8x600s; R=8x600s; G=11x600s; B=11x600s; RGB unbinned)

                           Authors: Volker Wendel, Josef Pöpsel, Stefan Binnewies

 

Click here to get to a large image (about 70%) of the above image and

click here to get a 100% view to a very interesting area of the lower right part of the galaxy and

click here to get a 100% view to another interesting area in the upper middle of the above image

 

 

 

The image below is an older image showing the center of M33. It´s made under light polluted german skies:

 

Technical data:    16"f/8-Hypergraph

                           STL6303 with Astronomik-Filterset Type IIc

                           LRGB (L=6x900s; R=5x300s; G=5x300s; B=5x600s; RGB bin2)

                           Author: Bernd Flach-Wilken

 

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