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I like the processing on this one, especially the added Ha. There
are a LOT of background galaxies when viewing the full size image.
Thanks for sharing.
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On 11/21/2019 7:21 PM, Bernard Miller
This is an image
of NGC55. Wikipedia says this is called the Whale Galaxy, but
I am pretty sure that is more commonly used to refer to NGC
4631. Perhaps the Southern Whale galaxy. It is a barred spiral
galaxy about 7 million light years away in the constellation
Sculptor. It is one of the closest galaxies in the local
group, which is the group of galaxies that we reside in.
suggestions are welcomed.