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M101 - NGC 5457 - Galaxy

 
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Location Data
Constellation: Ursa Major
Right ascension: 14h 3.3m
Declination: Declination: 54° 22′
Distance:  ly
Size:  ly

Observation Data
Apparent magnitude: 8.5
Apparent size: 22.0' arcmins

M101 Location - Image From Stellarium

The images With Blue Borders were taken using equipment provided by the MAS Observatory
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M101 / Pinwheel Galaxy by Chad AndristM101 / The Pinwheel Galaxy
Scope: 8" TPO RC. ASI1600MMC cooled CMOS mono camera. Total exp: 3.1 hours. Ha: 5x360s, 3x120s / L: 2x30s, 1x60s, 9x180s / R: 2x60s, 1x90s, 1x180s, 9x240s / G: 2x60s, 1x90s, 9x240s / B: 2x60s, 1x90s, 9x240s.  May 2017
Photo: Chad Andrist

M101  by Gabe ShaugnnessyM101 - Pinwheel Galaxy 
Scope: 8" 800mm Vixen Newtonian, Integration: L: 6x120s 1x1 binning, RGB: 6x120s 2x2 binning each, Total 48 minutes, all subs dithered using SGP/PHD 2.6 with an SX Lodestar as the guidecam and an Orion 50mm scope. Aug 2016
Photo: Gabe Shaughnessy

M101 and NGC5474  - Paul BorchardtM101 & NGC 5474
F-Scope, HyperStar at f/1.9 Canon T5 DSLR. 30 min. exposure, 12X150 sec.
Mar 2016
Photo by: Paul Borchardt

M101M101
Remotely from NM. TAK Epsilon 250, 2 hrs exposure, 6 x 10 min luminence, R, G, B each 4 x 5 min, binned 2:2.
Jun 2010
Photo by: Tom Schmidtkunz

M101 (NGC 5457)M101 - NGC 5457
B-Scope; scope, f/7.4, and ST9, 300 sec. 15 of 20
2000 Jun 3
Photo by: Paul Borchardt