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M81 - Bode's Galaxy

Bode's Galaxy, Messier 81, is a beautiful and relatively bright galaxy, oriented for us to appreciate its grand spiral design and wonderfully detailed structure. I would have liked to have gotten much more data, but even with a small amount of frames some detail can be seen.

ZWO ASI1600MM-C Camera @ -20C and Gain:139 Offset:21
Software Bisque MyT Mount
Celestron EdgeHD 800 8" SCT, with
Lepus 0.62x reducer, f/6.2 at 1260mm

Pixinsight Commercial Version 1.8
Lightroom CC

Light Frames:
Luminance: 11 x 150 secs (27.5 mins)
Red: 6 x 120 secs (12 mins)
Green: 5 x 120 secs (10 mins)
Blue: 4 x 120 secs (8 mins)

Dark Frames:
20 x 120 secs (24 mins)
20 x 150 secs (50 mins)

More Details From Wikipedia:
Messier 81 (also known as NGC 3031 or Bode's Galaxy) is a spiral galaxy about 12 million light-years away, in the constellation Ursa Major. Due to its proximity to Earth, large size, and active galactic nucleus (which harbors a 70 million M☉[5] supermassive black hole), Messier 81 has been studied extensively by professional astronomers. The galaxy's large size and relatively high brightness also make it a popular target for amateur astronomers.[6]

M81 - Bode's Galaxy