M31 The Great Andromeda Spiral Galaxy, and the two little galaxies(M32, M110) are gravitationally bound to M31.
M31 is a Sister Galaxy to our own Milky Way Galaxy, its the closest spiral to us, located at 2.5 million light years away.
In 6 billion years from now, the Andromeda Galaxy will collide with our Milky Way and create a new much more Massive Galaxy (Milkdromeda)!
Visible with the Unaided eye from a dark location, and looks great in binoculars too!
Capture details, another quick test with the L-quad filter.
RASA 8 inch F2.2 Telescope, ZWO AM5 Mount,ZWO 294MC cooled Cmos Camera, Optolong L-Quad 2″ Filter, EAF,
I only managed to get 25 minutes of use-able data due to high cirrus clouds, but it turned out okay for such a short exposure.
5 x 300sec, ASI Air Plus, via Wi-Fi to my I-Pad on 02-04-2024. Processed in DSS, Pixinsight, and Adobe Raw CC 2024.

Best Regards,
John Chumack