NGC206 in M31 Andromeda Galaxy

NGC 206 is a bright star cloud in the Andromeda Galaxy.
This shot is mean of 66 sub of 300s in Luminance made with GSO RC10" (11 year old … one of the first prototype) and QSI-640WSG + SX-AOLF. All managed by Voyager this night.

This is the kind of image that renew my passion for astronomy and astrophotography.

All the best
LO

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Show Leo … really beautiful :blush:
Ciao
Marzio

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Thanks Marzio … target is wonderful

Leo

This is awesome Leo.
:star_struck:

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Very Nice Leo, interesting presentation.

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Nice capture!
Cheers,

José

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Very nice picture!
2000mm focal length and a pixel size of 7.4μm are a very good combination!

Have a nice evening
Bernie

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Thanks, welcome Bernie.

All the best
LO

You guys are killing me with all these great images,
Great image Roberto.

Joe

Superb resolution on that Leo; that old Chinese RC is working very well for you.

Robert

Great image Leo, Passion is why we are into Imaging and you have paved an easy path with Voyager.

Joe