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M31 between M32 and NGC 206: resolve in stars?

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Old December 29th 08, 08:05 PM posted to sci.astro.ccd-imaging
Danilo Pivato
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Default M31 between M32 and NGC 206: resolve in stars?

Hi all,

this is a photo done last August with good seeing. Instruments: BRC250
ST-10XME @-25 unfiltered. The photo is served as 9 x600 second
of exposure. Possible a beginning of risolution in stars of the galaxy M31?


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