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My first attempt at Andromeda, taken with only a DSLR and ...

Noise is an issue for night skies no matter what camera you're using. The best -but hard- way to get noise or is to make an average noise map by taking a bunch of shots with the lens cap on between the other shots.

Watch Andromeda Galaxy Blossom in Binoculars - Sky & Telescope

Amateur astronomer Annmarie Geniusz of Duluth, Minnesota, examines M31, the Andromeda Galaxy (upper left corner), through 7x50 binoculars on a recent clear night.

Which galaxies can we photograph with a DSLR and a ...

The largest galaxy (other than the Milky Way) in the sky is that of the Andromeda galaxy and is clearly visible in the night sky of the northern hemisphere with the naked eye - if you know where to look (and realize that fuzzy thing is just lots of stars).

Bad Astronomy | A N D R O M E D A

Andromeda is visible to the unaided eye, and in fact this is a good time to see it; it’s up high enough to spot in the northeast around 10 p.m. this time of year for most northern hemisphere folks.

The Andromeda Constellation - Universe Today

The Andromeda Galaxy has 15 satellite galaxies in total, nine of these lie in a plane, which has caused astronomers to infer that they have a common origin.

"Andromeda" In Heaven Now Are Three (TV Episode 2002)

Beka has learnt the apparent location of an artefact known as the 'Engine of Creation'; a device that enables one to create and reshape matter to ones will... in essence it will grant any wish.

Amazing multi-spectral view of Andromeda Galaxy | Astronotes

Our Image of the Month is a radically different view of the great spiral galaxy in Andromeda from the European Space Agency. Tracy McConnell explains how it was made and describes the stellar cataclysms it reveals.

Andromeda galaxy, nearest large spiral | Astronomy ...

The Andromeda galaxy is the closest big galaxy to our Milky Way. It's a spiral galaxy, like ours. At 2.5 million light-years, it's the most distant thing you can see with your eye alone.

Andromeda galaxy will collide with Milky Way - CBS News

Andromeda galaxy will actually collide with the Milky Way in about 2 billion years, according to the most recent Hubble Space Telescope measurements of the motion of Andromeda and the Milky Way.

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