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Luigi Morrone

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Agerola -Amalfitan Coast-Italy

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C15 Edge HD, Fornax 52, Hyperstar f/1.9, Asi1600MMPRO


NGC2903 HaLRGB Reprocessed NGC 2903 is a spiral galaxy about 20 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. The galaxy shows an exceptional rate of star formation activity near its center, also bright in radio, infrared, ultraviolet, and x-ray bands. Just a little smaller than our own Milky Way, NGC 2903 is about 80,000 light-years across. Full resolution: https://www.astrobin.com/full/92jao6/0/ Setup: C14 Edge HD Hyperstar f/1.9 Fornax52 mount Asi1600 MMPRO @-15°C Optolong filter LRGB 2", Baader Ha High Speed f/2, UFC Baader L:200x60sec bin1x, gain 0 @-15°C RGB:30x60sec each, bin1x, gain 0 @-15°C Ha:60x100sec, bin1x , unity gain @-15°C 50 dark frames 50 flat frames each filter Image scale:1.15"/pixel Agerola -Amalfitan Coast-Italy