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I looked at the sky and decided to try finding a DSO in the small remaining hole in the clouds.
This DSO was in my observing list and was in just the right part of the sky.
I wanted to improve the capture, but after creating a dark image to apply to the next live stacking, the clouds had finishing closing out the sky.
NGC 7479 certainly is a "spirally" spiral galaxy, isn't it?
It is a nice spirally image! Too bad the clouds raced in.ReplyDelete
SharpCap, the imaging software, makes it easy!Delete
Indeed, very swirly galaxy, looks like it interacted with another mass. Worth another look! I will research and try to scope it... when clouds allow. :-/. Great blog!!!ReplyDelete
NGC 7479 is not far from Markab of the constellation Pegasus. If you align your Goto on Markab, NGC 7479 is easy!Delete