The Cygnus Wall
2 frames Mosaic
16" RCOS
Apogee F16
NMSkies Remote
June/July 2013
HaLRGB (4,3,1.5,1.5,1.5) each frame
M31 The Andromeda Galaxy.  At 2.5 million light years from us, this is the closest spiral galaxy to our own.  It appears as wide as 6 full moons in the sky, so it is quite large.  The center of M31 is visible with the naked eye under good seeing conditions. 

This was shot from Vanderpool, TX on November 28, 2011 with a new moon. The temperatures were in the mid 30's.
This was shot with the Hap Griffin Modified Canon 5D markii and Takahashi FSQ106edxii at F5 on the AP1200.
10X15min at 400iso

M31 The Andromeda Galaxy. At 2.5 million light years from us, this is the closest spiral galaxy to our own. It appears as wide as 6 full moons in the sky, so it is quite large. The center of M31 is visible with the naked eye under good seeing conditions.

This was shot from Vanderpool, TX on November 28, 2011 with a new moon. The temperatures were in the mid 30's.
This was shot with the Hap Griffin Modified Canon 5D markii and Takahashi FSQ106edxii at F5 on the AP1200.
10X15min at 400iso

M31AndromedaTakahashi FSQ1065D markii