M31 - Single LRGB Stack
Taken by Charles Chiofar on September 3, 2016 @ Buckley, Washington
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It cleared up long enough to take a 3-hour LRGB sequence of M31 last evening. This image is a single LRGB stack
(120,136,60,100 seconds). Equipment included an Explore Scientific ED80 with a .8X Focal Reducer and a SBIG ST-2000XM CCD camera.
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