Small Magellanic Cloud

Posted by Duczmal
on Friday, December 22, 2017

The Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) is a dwarf irregular galaxy. At a distance of about 200,000 light-years, it is one of the Milky Way's nearest intergalactic neighbors. It is also one of the most distant objects that can be seen with the naked eye. (Wikipedia)
Exposure: 3 hours (36x300 seconds).
Setup: FSQ-106ED, QHY16200A, Astro-Physics Mach1, QHY5L-II mono, Baader LRGB, Satrdome, PixInsight.
August 26, 2017, SONEAR, Brazil.

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