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Leo Triplett Widefield

This wider view of a trio of galaxies, commonly referred to as the Leo Triplett, shows M66 in the upper left, NGC 3628 (The Hamburger Galaxy) in the upper right, with M65 in the lower left.

Equipment:
ZWO ASI1600MM-C Camera @ -15C and
Gain:74 Offset:12
Software Bisque MyT Mount
Stellarvue SVQ100 Astrograph Refractor, 580mm @ f/5.8
Unguided

Software:
Pixinsight Commercial Version 1.8
Lightroom CC

Light Frames:
Luminance: 12 x 120 secs (24 mins)
Red: 6 x 270 secs (27 mins)
Green: 5 x 270 secs (22.5 mins)
Blue: 4 x 270 secs (18 mins)

Dark Frames:
20 x 270 secs (90 mins)

Details about The Leo Tripletta From Wikipedia:
The Leo Triplet (also known as the M66 Group) is a small group of galaxies about 35 million light-years away[5] in the constellation Leo. This galaxy group consists of the spiral galaxies M65, M66, and NGC 3628.

Leo Triplett Widefield