NGC 3079 50 million light years distant in Ursa Major. Large telescopes will show giant “bubbles” coming from area of super massive black hole. There are several other galaxies shown in the field of view. I find the most interesting object the marked quasar toward upper left of center. The 2 bluish objects is actually 1 object gravitationally lensed there is a 417 day delay in any change in brightness between the two objects.
Taken with 8 inch RC telescope @ f/8 unguided using protrack and MyT mount QSI 683 mono camera astrodon filters. Exposure times were 240 seconds each channel LRGB 3 hours each RGB hours Lum.
A barred spiral galaxy 33 million light years distant observable in constellation Leo. Taken with 8 inch RC telescope @ f/8 unguided using MyT mount and protrack, QSI 683 mono camera. Exposure times RGB 240 x 20 each channel, Lum is 88 x 240 seconds.
Sh2-194,193,192 3 small possibly connected nebular areas near the Heart and soul nebula. Not much in the way of structure at least not from my scope. RC8 telescope@ f/8, MyT mount unguided using protrack, QSI83 camera.
Messier 101 a large asymmetrical spiral galaxy, home to around 1 trillion stars twice that of the milky way. “Only” 21 million light years distant in Ursa Major. Taken using RC 8 telescope @ f/8 1600 mm, MyT mount unguided using protrack, QSI 683 mono camera. Lum 480 seconds x 50 , RGB 240 second x 20 each channel, Ha 900 seconds x 12
NGC 2170 is a reflection nebula in the constellation Monoceros. I had a difficult time with this, the image overall still has a decent amount of noise mostly because I didnt want to destroy some of the really faint details. Every time I look at this I see a fairy flying. RC8 telescope @ f/8 1600mm, MyT mount unguided, QSI 683 mono. Lum 480 x 50, RGB 240 x 30 each channel, HA 900 x 20
IC 2574 Wiki has this as a dwarf spiral, the spiral not very clear. A member of the M 81 group. I didnt spend anytime getting Ha data was a mistake it would add quite a bit to the image. Honestly I chose this target because of the Abell cluster in the FOV. I wanted to see what if anything I could get. My scope is clearly to small to capture much. Abell 1005 is in the upper right of image, according to the info I found its in the “richness group” of #2 which has 80-129 galaxies.
ARP 283 I cannot find a distance on the internet. This is a pretty small target about 2.5 by 2.5 arc minutes.(The angular size of full moon is 31 arc minutes)This crop image is approx 8×8 arc mins. I didn’t spend much time on this, as I quickly saw I wasn’t going to get any fine details. This is result of 4 hours LRGB using 8 inch RC @f/8 on MyT mount unguided