Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Wide View of M100

The small spiral galaxy near the bottom center is known as M100. It is a face-on spiral that has produced several supernovae in recent years. I imaged this with my 100mm F6 refractor and my Canon 300 D. It is made up of six 4 minute images at ISO 1600, autoguided with my DSI Pro..

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