Composition of 6 images at 120 seconds of exposition per image in R channel, I used the iTelescope T5 in Mexico, a 0.25m f/3.4 reflector with SBIG ST-10XME CCD.
I used other software like Astrometrica, Topcat, Aladin and the website CDS Portal to analyze the frame.
Messier 81 (also known as NGC 3031 or Bode’s Galaxy) is a grand design spiral galaxy about 12 million light-years away, with a diameter of 90,000 light years, about half the size of the Milky Way, in the constellation Ursa MajorWikipedia
Name: M81 Coordinates: 09h55m33.2s +69d03m55s Redshift: -0.000113 +/- 0.000013 Distance from Earth: 12 Million Ly Velocity: -34 km/s Size: 100000 Ly NED
Name: 2MASX J09591114+6915296 Type: Galaxy Coordinates: 09:59:10.83 +69:15:30.7 Redshift: 0.003546 Distance from Earth: 50 Million Ly Velocity: 1000 km/s Size: 5000 Ly NED
Name: 2MASX J09583034+6902049 Coordinates: 09:58:30.22 +69:02:05.0 Redshift: 0.059097 Distance from Earth: 800 Million Ly Velocity: 17000 km/s Size: 160000 Ly NED
All raw and processed images on Google Drive if someone interested.