A wider M 33

Following NGC 7789 I continued with another widefield galaxy view. There aren't many galaxies large enough to be worth imaging with 300mm after M 31. The Pinwheel Galaxy (M 33) in Triangulum is one exception. This large face-on spiral is claimed to be a naked eye object but I have never been able to detect it. Details: Tair-3S 300mm@F5.6 . 12x 10 minutes @ iso1600 (full field) with CLS in DSS, FIV, CS2 & XAT

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