Galaxies seen through thick molecular clouds

Location of photo
SRO, California, USA
Date/Time of photo
September 2014
Takahashi FSQ106, QSI 683, Paramount ME
A large number of small dim galaxies can be seen peering through the thick molecular cloud catalogued as MBM54. This nebulosity is illuminated by the glow of our very own milky way. Most notably, NGC 7497,is a spiral galaxy, type SBc, in the constellation Pegasus appears to be swamped in gases...
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