The Leo I dwarf galaxy is a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way, located about 820,000 light-years away in the constellation Leo, and contains only a small number of stars.
Messier 31 – Andromeda Galaxy
The Andromeda Galaxy is a spiral galaxy, approximately 2.5 million light-years away from Earth, and is visible to the naked eye as a hazy patch in the night sky.
A really tinyobject. If you do not know where it is located, you can take a look at the labeled version of the picture.
The three galaxies Bode’s Galaxy, Cigargalaxy and the Garland Galaxy. The frames were shot with an EOS M100(a) at a 600mm refractor telescope. The 3rd evening with a clear sky in only one week …
One of the most distant satellite galaxies of the Milky way. The frames were shot with an EOS M100(a) at a 600mm refractor telescope. Not a beautiful picture, but the brights star Regulus makes it hard to work Leo I out.
A group of 5 galaxies. The frames were shot with an EOS M100(a) at a 600mm refractor telescope.
I just re-processed my November-Data. My first Galaxy-Photo with DSLR OSC with H-Alpha Layer.
Messier 81 – Bode’s Galaxy
Messier 81 is a spiral galaxy with a diameter of about 90,000 light-years and a distance of about 12 million light-years from Earth.
Messier 82 – Cigar Galaxy
Messier 82 is an irregularly shaped galaxy in the constellation Ursa Major, also known as the Cigar Galaxy due to its long, slender shape.
Messier 101 – Pinwheel Galaxy
Messier 101 is a spiral galaxy located about 21 million light-years away and is considered one of the brightest objects in the night sky.