M106 with Anomalous Arms in HA-OIII

June 6, 2019 - Comment

Photographer Morefield Electronic mail Kevinrmorefield@gmail.com Location of photograph Auberry, CA Date/Time of photograph Might 2019 Tools Planewave CDK14, SBIG STX 16803, and Paramount MEII Description M106, a close-by galaxy, has two uncommon arms that emanate from the super-massive black gap within the core. These arms lengthen up and down considerably outdoors the rotational aircraft and


Photographer

Morefield

Electronic mail

Kevinrmorefield@gmail.com

Location of photograph

Auberry, CA

Date/Time of photograph

Might 2019

Tools

Planewave CDK14, SBIG STX 16803, and Paramount MEII

Description

M106, a close-by galaxy, has two uncommon arms that emanate from the super-massive black gap within the core. These arms lengthen up and down considerably outdoors the rotational aircraft and are seen greatest in X-ray wavelengths – although I’ve captured them right here in Ha and OIII. That information was blended with LRGB to attempt to get the fullest image of the galaxy.

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