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  M82 with supernova.jpg -  M82      NGC3034      with SN 2014J   Galaxy with Supernova   distance: 11.5Mly     image size: 30"x20"  FLI PL-16803 camera     12.5" Planewave scope @ 2500mm  (f/8)     AP900 mount 11.3 hour total exposure     HLRGB 200:90:130:120:140 subs 10:10:10:10:10 binned 1:1:2:2:2     (0.73" per pixel unbinned)   MMOAG with ST402-ME camera guiding   M82 is five times as bright as the whole Milky Way and one hundred times as bright as our galaxy’s center. Throughout the galaxy’s center, young stars are being born 10 times faster than they are inside our entire Milky Way galaxy. Tidal forces caused by gravity have deformed the galaxy over the last 100 million years causing star formation to increase 10 fold compared to more normal galaxies. This is known as a starburst galaxy.   
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M82     NGC3034     with SN 2014J
Galaxy with Supernova

distance: 11.5Mly     image size: 30"x20"

FLI PL-16803 camera     12.5" Planewave scope @ 2500mm (f/8)     AP900 mount
11.3 hour total exposure     HLRGB 200:90:130:120:140 subs 10:10:10:10:10 binned 1:1:2:2:2     (0.73" per pixel unbinned)
MMOAG with ST402-ME camera guiding

M82 is five times as bright as the whole Milky Way and one hundred times as bright as our galaxy’s center. Throughout the galaxy’s center, young stars are being born 10 times faster than they are inside our entire Milky Way galaxy. Tidal forces caused by gravity have deformed the galaxy over the last 100 million years causing star formation to increase 10 fold compared to more normal galaxies. This is known as a starburst galaxy.

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