NGC5033 and NGC5005

M63 LRGB AP155 Moravian G4

Scope: AP155EDF w 4"FF
Mount: Paramount MX
Camera: Moravian G4 w Gen II Astrodons
Guider: SBIG ST402ME on a Borg 60mm acrhomat piggybacked

Exposures: Luminance 12 x 10min; RGB 10/6/6 x 10min

April 2021
Lucknow, Ontario, Canada 

NOTE: Click on the image to see it 2x that size.

From Wikipedia

NGC 5033 (lower right) is an inclined spiral galaxy located in the constellation Canes Venatici. Distance estimates vary from between 38 and 60 million light years from the Milky Way. The galaxy has a very bright nucleus and a relatively faint disk. Significant warping is visible in the southern half of the disk. The galaxy's relatively large angular size and relatively high surface brightness make it an object that can be viewed and imaged by amateur astronomers. The galaxy's location relatively near Earth and its active galactic nucleus make it a commonly studied object for professional astronomers.

NGC 5005 (upper left), also known as Caldwell 29, is an inclined spiral galaxy in the constellation Canes Venatici. The galaxy has a relatively bright nucleus and a bright disk that contains multiple dust lanes.[3] The galaxy's high surface brightness makes it an object that is visible to amateur astronomers using large amateur telescopes.