NGC 1365 – Great Barred Spiral Galaxy

NGC 1365 – Great Barred Spiral Galaxy
NGC 1365 is a barred spiral galaxy located in Fornax constellation. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 10.3 and is approximately 56.2 million light years distant from the Sun. The giant Seyfert-type galaxy is also known as the Great Barred Spiral Galaxy.

Total exposure time was only 60 minutes.
5 subs of 120s each with LRGB & extra 5 subs of 240s with L-filter.
Author
Scheers Jan
Telescope
CHI- 1 (Planewave CDK24, f/6.5)
Camera
FLI PL9000
Location
El Sauce Observatory, Chile
Date of observation
November 2019
Filters
LRGB
Processing
AstroPixelProcessor & Photoshop CC (incl. AstroPanel & Astronomy Tools plug-ins)
Credits
Jan Scheers, Astrophotography Group "Volkssterrenwacht A Pien", Ghent (Belgium)
Submitted on Sat, 04/11/2020 - 08:09