Triangulum Galaxy, in the winter skies of Saskatchewan

Photographer
SinghKd
Email
singh.kd81@yahoo.ca
Location of photo
This image was taken at Blackstrap Provincial park in Saskatchewan, besides a completely frozen lake in -10 degrees C.
Date/Time of photo
This photo was captured on 2nd January 2016 @ 22:00 local time.
Equipment
Celestron Edge HD 8", .7x Focal reducer, Nikon D5200 (unmodified), AVX mount, PHD guiding. 24 subs @ 4 minutes each @ ISO 1000
Description
This image was taken on January 2nd, 2015 at Blackstrap Provincial park in Saskatchewan, besides a completely frozen lake in -10 degrees Celsius. It took 6-7 hours from setting the telescope to processing the final image. This is the Triangulum Galaxy (M33). So beautiful ! Triangulum Galaxy is a spiral galaxy which is 3 million light years away from Earth. The image was taken using a DSLR camera and a 8" Celestron Edge HD telescope.
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