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Enhanced Andromeda
#DP022

Andromeda Widefield
#DP018

NGC 253
#DP009

WhirlPool Galaxy
#DP013

Andromeda Core
#DP028

Galaxy NGC 891
#DP033

Pinwheel Galaxy
#DP046

Leo Pair
#DP070

M101 Galaxy
#DP083

M106 Galaxy
#DP084

NGC4565 Galaxy
#DP085

M81 Galaxy
#DP090




Throughout space there are large swirls of gas, dust and stars knows as galaxies. A typical galaxy contains around 100 billion stars and there are around 100 billion galaxies in the known universe. The Andromeda galaxy is about 2.4 million light years away and appears about 5 times the size of the full moon. It is visible to the naked eye under a very dark sky, however, long exposure imaging is required to see detail like the images here.

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