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NGC157

12.31.1969

NGC157

NGC157 is a spiral galaxy seen toward the Constellation Cetus at an approximate distance of 76 Million Light-Years. Its spiral arms form an intriguing S shape, and it may have been disturbed by a passing companion in the distant past. It seems to be an active star forming galaxy with lots of blue star areas interspersed with the pink HII areas. Object: NGC157 Distance: 76 MLY Magnitude: 11 Date: December 2016 Place: Fort Davis, TX Exposure Details: LRGB:540:150:170:240 unbinned Processing: MaxIm DL, CCDStack, Photoshop CS3, REGIM Optics: 12.5" RCOS Truss Focal Length: 2808m @ f9 Mount: Paramount ME Robotic Camera: SBIG STL6303E Focus: RCOS Guiding: SBIG RGH Off-Axis Filters: Tru-Balance LRGB GenII 2"

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