NGC 2903 is a young galaxy with many emission nebulae and a high rate of star formation. It is a barred spiral galaxy in the constellation Leo, and is located about 20-30 million light years from Earth and one of the brighter galaxies in the northern sky.
|Scope||Explore Scientific 127ed APO refractor|
|Camera||ASI-1600mm pro (monochrome)|
|Guiding||ASI-120mm through a Zenithstar 80mm refractor|
|Exposure Info||This a total of about 10 hours exposure through standard rgb filters. It has about 4 hours of blue, 4 hours of green, and only a little over 2 hours of red.|
|Date||November 26, 2022|
|Copyright||Photo copyright Thomas Kerns, Beluga Lake Observatory|