- Description: - A bright SA(s)b spiral galaxy in Aries, magnitude 11.1 - 7.2 x 4.2 arc minutes
in size. The bright enlongated blob to the lower right of the galaxy is another galaxy, NGC770, several other
small background galaxies are visible too. There are a few slightly lighter patches of background sky in this shot,
some faint nebulosity known as IFN (Integrated Flux Nebula) is starting to show.
- A.K.A. - ARP 78, Herschel HI-112. (Herschel 400 list)
- Camera: SBIG STF-8300M
- Filter: Baader Luminance
- Scope: Astro-Physics AP130EDT, 1086mm at f8.35
- Guiding: SBIG ST-i through OAG-8300
- Exposure: 7 x 10 minutes at -15C
- Location: Mt. Kobau, B.C.
- Date: August 8, 2013