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The Andromeda galaxy M31/NGC224 is the nearest galaxy to our own galaxy, the
Milky Way. It is part of the local group and has an apparent diameter of about 7
times the full moon. It is the only galaxy visible with naked eye.
North West (top right) lies the dwarf elliptical galaxy M110,
a satellite from M31.
South (bottom) is M32 another satellite from M31
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2019 wide field image (3160px x 2304px, open in new tab for
||Exp Time (s)
|Nov 11, 2005
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|Mosaic of 20 images (5x4)
|Dec 25, 2019
||Canon 200mm F2.8
||50 x 30
||Image sampling: 4"/pixel