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NGC 253 Sculptor Galaxy Hyperstar

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NGC 253 Sculptor Galaxy

The Sculptor Galaxy is a spiral galaxy in the constellation Sculptor. This galaxy is seen in the southern skies in the northern hemisphere during the summer months. It is approximately 11 million light years away. The brightness of this galaxy is 8 magnitude.

Date: August 13, 2015.
Scope: 14 inch Celestron CGE 1400.
Focal Length: 675 mm with HyperStar Lens; f/1.9
Camera: Nikon D5200
ISO Setting: 800
Duration: 30 Seconds per photo.
23 photos Stacked using Deep Sky Stacker
Autoguided using PHD with StarShoot Guide Camera


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