Distance: about 13 million lightyears
Size: 9,3x6,3 arcmin
specials: there is a "microquasar" at the lower right of the galaxy which is displayed at 150% here on the bottom of this page. To get more information please have look at the youtube-video. Another source of information can be found at the nature magazine. Compare our image with the VLT image of NGC7793 made with the FORS instrument at Paranal through B,V,I and H-alpha filters.
L = 21x1200s
Ha = 6x2400s
R = 10x1200s
G = 10x1200s
B = 10x1200s
Seeing conditions: 0,7-1,0"
LRHaGB (L 21x1200s), H-alpha (Ha 6xx2400s) RGB 10x1200s each, 80cm f/7 Astrooptik Keller corrected cassegrain, FLI Proline 16803, Baader Filters, Prompt 7 CTIO/UNC Chile, Processing: Volker Wendel
Click on the image below to see it at 3600x3600 pixel (90% in size)
150% view of the microquasar in NGC7793: