M33 Triangulum Galaxy 18.25 Hours

By: Astrophotography by Terry Hancock Used with permission
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The Triangulum Galaxy is a spiral galaxy at approximately 3 million light years distance in the constellation Triangulum. Shot from my backyard observatory in Fremont, Michigan. Like most of my deep sky galaxy images, this was produced over several clear nights with a total exposure time of 18.25 hours. Date of Shoot: October 17th, 18th and 19th, Nov 21st, 22nd 2009. Exposure time: 73 sub exposures at 900 seconds each.