A 127 Mak Galaxy

I’d tried and failed before, but I had to have another pop at M33. I wasn’t expecting too much as this is the sort of target for which the Mak is very poorly suited. This is 80 minutes of RGB and there’s still barely an image there, though I guess it does just about look like a galaxy. It needs bags more time, but it also needs less focal length or a lot bigger sensor. All in all, I think I favour less focal length…


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