A variety of different galaxy types, from right to left: M95 a barred spiral while M96 (center) is a spiral. On the left is a three galaxy group where M105 is the round member; an elliptical galaxy. The other members of that trio are NGC 3371 and NGC 3389.
Additional information about these objects can be found on the SEDS website
|Telescope||AP130 @f4.5 w/AP .75 reducer|
|Camera||Canon 350D, Hutech modified type I|
|Exposure||Composite of 17, 5 minute exposures at ISO 800.|
|Notes||29°F, 80%rh, transparency average to poor.|
Initial RAW conversion, registration and adjustment in IRIS.
Additional adjustments in Photoshop CS2.
Noise reduction in PixInsight LE 1.02