NGC 4321 (M100) is a Spiral Galaxy in Coma Berenices

Posted by aimatsky
on Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Image taken with a QHY 268C 26-megapixel color CMOS camera.
NGC 4321 (M100) is 55 million light years away.
Telescope was a Celestron 11 inch EdgeHd scope on a GTO3 Astrophysics mount.
Guiding with a lodestar X2 CCD camera on a Vario guide scope.
Sub frames were 5 minutes for 4 hours with a uv/ir filter.
Process'd with Pixinsight's WBPP, StarTools, and Photoshop CS6 with Topaz addons.
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