Photo taken with iTelescope.net T5 in New Mexico, a reflector 0.25m f/3.4 and camera CCD SBIG ST-10XME. It’s the composition of 3 images with exposition of 120 seconds per light frame.
As usual I processed the images with IRIS and Lightroom CC to make it prettier.
To analyze the photo I used Astrometrica for data calibration, than APT to extract an object list and with Aladin, TOPCATA and CDS Portal website I tried to find some interesting objects around the galaxy.
NGC 2403 (also known as Caldwell 7) is an intermediate spiral galaxy in the constellation Camelopardalis. It is an outlying member of the M81 Group, and is approximately 8 million light-years distant and 50,000 light years in diameter.Wikipedia
Name: NGC 2403 Coordinates: 07h36m51.40s, +65d36m09.2s Redshift: 0.00044 Distance from Earth: 8 Million Ly Velocity: 180 Km/s Size: 90000 Ly NED
Name: WISEA J073717.48+653830.0 Coordinates: 07:37:17.54 +65:38:29.4 Type: HII (ionized) region NED & HII Region
HK NGC 2403 65
Name: HK NGC 2403 65 Coordinates: 07:37:18.04 +65:33:49.3 Type: HII (ionized) region SIMBAD
[S75b] NGC 2403 7
Name: [S75b] NGC 2403 7 Coordinates: 07:36:28.64 +65:33:48.8 Type: HII (ionized) region SIMBAD
NGC 2403 27
Name: NGC 2403 27 Coordinates: 07:36:24.74 +65:38:51.5 Type: SuperNova Remnant Candidate SIMBAD
Name: 2MASX J07322044+6536381 Coordinates: 07:32:20.30 +65:36:38.2 Type: Galaxy NED
Name: 2MASX J07324119+6558076 Coordinates: 07:32:41.24 +65:58:07.0 Redshift: 0.020 ± 0.0056 Distance from Earth: 27 Million Ly SDSS & NED
CGCG 310-009 (Pair Galaxies)
Name: CGCG 310-009 NED01 (Top - Right) Coordinates: 07:40:47.86 +65:33:28.7 Type: Pair of Galaxies Redshift: 0.02278 +/- 0.00016 Distance from Earth: 330 Million Ly Velocity: 7000 Km/s Size: 40000 Ly NED
Name: CGCG 310-009 NED02 (Bottom - Left) Coordinates: 07:40:51.95 +65:33:10.3 Redshift: 0.041 ± 0.0122 Distance from Earth: 570 Million Ly SDSS & NED