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M33 Triangulum Galaxy | by bobfamiliar
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M33 Triangulum Galaxy

Triangulum is a small constellation in the northern sky. Its name is Latin for triangle. Its name derives from its three brightest stars, of third and fourth magnitude, which form a nearly isosceles long and narrow triangle.


Optical Path

- Mount: Celestron CGEM

- Scope: Stellarvue SV105-3SV, 105mm diameter, 735mm focal length (f7), APO Triplet

- Field Flattener: Stellarvue SFF7-3SV (f3.5)

- Camera: Canon T2i (550D)

- Guide Scope: Stellarvue F50M3

- Guide Camera: Orion Starshoot Autoguider


Image Capture Software

- Guiding: PHD 1.13

- Camera Control: Nebulosity 3



- 12 x 10min @ 400iso


Post Processing

- Stacking: Deep Sky Stacker

- RAW Image Adjustments: Adobe Lightroom v4


Operating System

- Windows 8 64bit

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Taken on September 24, 2012