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NGC 2403

NGC 2403 is a spiral galaxy approximately 8 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Camelopardalis. It contains numerous star-forming H II regions, appearing pink or red in the image. [Wikipedia]

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Optics: GSO RC 10" @f/8 (fl=2000mm)
Camera: QSI 683wsg @ -25C
Filters: Astrodon Tru-Balance Gen 2 E Series LRGB
Mount: Losmandy G11-G2 with Ovision Worm
AO: Starlight Xpress Active Optics SXV-AO-LF Guiding: OAG with Starlight Xpress Lodestar Auto Guider / PHD2 Guiding
Location: North Attleboro, Massachusetts and Charlestown, Rhode Island
~19 hours exposure over 5 nights, 14-21 November 2014
L:R:G:B 9h50m:3h10m:3h:3h:20m, 116 10 min subs binned 1:2:2:2
Captured with Sequence Generator Pro
Processed with PixInsight