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  M33 Triangulum.jpg -  M33     NGC0598     Triangulum Galaxy   distance: 2.8 Mly     actual size: 50,000 ly     image size: 50'x50'  FLI PL-16803 camera     12.5" Planewave scope @ 2500mm  (f/8)     AP900 mount 6 hour total exposure     LRGB 100:100:80:80 subs 10:10:10:10 binned 1:2:2:2     (0.73" per pixel unbinned)   MMOAG with ST402-ME camera guiding   The Triangulum Galaxy is the third largest in the Local Group. It contains about 25 billion stars – about average for spiral galaxies. The Milky Way contains about 200 billion stars while Andromeda contains about 1000 billion. The galaxy is sometimes called the Pinwheel Galaxy, a name usually used with M101. The galaxy is moving towards the Earth at a rate of 112 miles/second. It's unusually in that it doesn't have a central bulge nor does it contain a supermassive black hole.   
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M33     NGC0598     Triangulum Galaxy

distance: 2.8 Mly     actual size: 50,000 ly     image size: 50'x50'

FLI PL-16803 camera     12.5" Planewave scope @ 2500mm (f/8)     AP900 mount
6 hour total exposure     LRGB 100:100:80:80 subs 10:10:10:10 binned 1:2:2:2     (0.73" per pixel unbinned)
MMOAG with ST402-ME camera guiding

The Triangulum Galaxy is the third largest in the Local Group. It contains about 25 billion stars – about average for spiral galaxies. The Milky Way contains about 200 billion stars while Andromeda contains about 1000 billion. The galaxy is sometimes called the Pinwheel Galaxy, a name usually used with M101. The galaxy is moving towards the Earth at a rate of 112 miles/second. It's unusually in that it doesn't have a central bulge nor does it contain a supermassive black hole.

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