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With the recent new moon and some nice clear skies, I took an image of NGC 891, the outer limit galaxy, with the Stowaway 92. I framed it to include some of the galaxies of the Abell 347 cluster. I am impressed how many galaxies showed up in the image with only 92mm of aperture. This was taken from my backyard in about Bortle 5. It is a combination of 132 exposures of 3 min each. I am attaching the annotated version too, which identifies the NGC (red) and PGC (red) galaxies.
<NGC 891 and Galaxy Cluster 92mm Stowaway 132x180 sec 20211012.jpg>
<NGC 891 and Galaxy Cluster 92mm Stowaway 132x180 sec annotated 20211012.jpg>
Really impressive. The detail is outstanding. Congratulations Ignacio!
With his 168mm refractor that I made from some one-off glass I had on hand. Maybe I should make some more of them?
Anyway, congratulations Ignacio. You are making good use of that scope.