NGC 2998 and friends
NGC is a spiral galaxy in Ursa Major that's about 195 million LY distant:
At the upper left are NGC 3009 and NGC 3010a,b,c. Several other NGC objects are in the same field near 2998. NGC 3002 is also cataloged as MGC+07-20-052 and appears as a distorted double galaxy (MGC+07-20-052 NED01, MGC+07-20-052 NED02). In the map below 3002 is plotted twice; one is a star. NGC 3004 is also just a star.
LRGB, about 5.5 hours total exposure from Animas, NM (Dark Sky New Mexico)
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