The photo has been shot by Susy Ghia using ASTRA remote telescope #2
The Leo Triplet (also known as the M66 Group) is a small group of galaxies about 35 millionlight-years away in the constellationLeo. This galaxy group consists of the spiral galaxiesM65, M66, and NGC 3628Wikipedia
The photo has been processed with IRIS (registration, stacking, gradient removal, cleanup) and than passed on Lightroom CC for the final editing.
Below is a list of objects I found interesting to analyze, the information I wrote are from the CDS Portal website using Simbad and Ned database.
For comparison, for every object I put the image from CDS Portal and the image captured with ASTRA telescope.
IC 2725 (2MASX J11195746+1325455)
Coordinates: 11h19m57.440s +13d25m45.41s Redshift: 0.08462 +/- 0.00019 Distance from Earth: 1.3 Billion Ly Size: 170000 Ly Radial Velocity: 25000 Km/s
Coordinates: 11h20m16.970s, +13d35m22.86s Redshift: 0.002812 +/- 0.000003 Radial Velocity: 840 km/s Distance from Earth: 57 Million Ly Size: 140000 Ly
M65 (NGC 3623)
Coordinates: 11 18 55.957 +13 05 31.96 Redshift: 0.00254 [0.00014] Radial Velocity: 800 Km/s Distance from Earth: 55 Million Ly Size: 120000 Ly
M66 (NGC 3627)
Coordinates: 11 20 15.026 +12 59 28.64 Redshift: 0.00234 [0.00014] Radial Velocity: 730 Km/s Distance from Earth: 50 Million Ly Size: 90000 Ly
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