After a long break, I finally managed to break out of the daily routine and spent the night under a beautiful starry sky.Beautiful weather and clear skies during the weekend are rare, so if possible, you should take advantage of it.Although the nights are getting colder and the observation conditions are less comfortable, the view of the suburban sky is priceless. I want to finally gather enough material to finally take a color photo. One night is not much, but the target has been defined – M33 Triangulum Galaxy.Bright, large galaxy in the Triangle constellation, the second-brightest after Andromeda. According to Wikipedia, its distance from the Earth is about 3 million light years with a diameter of about 65 thousand light years (“a little” smaller than our Milky Way).
0.86 arcsec / pixel
Telescope: TSAPO 130mm / ogniskowa 910mm
L45x180s / RGB 3 x 10 x 180s
Flat, Dark, Bias 3x 15