antennae galaxies

NGC4038 / NGC4039 - The Antennae Galaxies.

Galactic collision sharing stellar material seen in the constellation Corvus. Both galaxies are in 45 million light years of Milky Way

This photo was caught in april 26, 2015 in Caguas, Puerto Rico in average conditions.

Technical details:

15 frames x 600 sec

Meade LX90, Antares reducer f/6.3, Orion Sirius EQ-G Mount, Orion Autoguider, Celestron Nightscape 8300 CCD Color. 

I include this Video - Blog where i explain some information about this galaxies.


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