celestial objects

M 33

LRGB 91 63 63 63

Tele Vue NP 127fli

ASA DDM 60 Pro

FLI ML 16200

 

Constellation Triangulum

Ra 01:33:50.90

Dec +30:39:35.8

The triangular galaxy is also a representative of the local group and is about 2.9 million light years away. It is only about half the size of our Milky Way and also contains only 1/10 of the stars (5x1010). Very clearly one can see in M ​​33 star formation areas, so called H-II regions. One of the largest of these H-II regions is located NW of the center, close to the edge of the disk.

M 33

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