Scope: Televue NP127is refractor @ 660mm f/l
CCD: Atik490EX @ 1×1 binning
Mount: 10-Micron GM2000HPS
Filters: Baader LRGB
Data: total of 79 x 900s exposures.
M33 is a close neighbour to our own Milky Way, it’s also structurally similar being a nice open spriral. This is probably how our own galaxy would look from a distant vantage point. This image is an LRGB composite where separate luminance and colour data were collected and processed, then the resulting channels combined to produce the colour image you see.