M31 Southwest Part (NGC 206) in Andromeda
The Great Andromeda Galaxy (M31) is the nearest spiral galaxy and therefore one of the most famous object in the night sky. Using a long focal length telescope offers a unique view on the galaxy by resolving individual stars, emission regions and star clusters. Some of the more prominent compact star clusters can be seen and can be found in an annotated version.
North is down in this image.
Very interesting information can be found in the paper
written by Vansevicius, Kodaira, Narbutis et al.
Finder Chart M31 Southwest Part (NGC 206) in Andromeda
Image created by Skychart
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