M63, Messier 63 or NGC-5055 “The Sunflower Galaxy” is a spiral galaxy in the northern constellation of Canes Venatici.
29.3 Million Light years away, its roughly 12 arc-min. x 7 arc-min. in size, and is part of the M51 group of galaxies.
I really like this galaxy as it has lots of subtle colors in the spiral arms as well as some dark dusty features visible in Front, as well as many tiny background galaxies visible too.
This is a 186 minute exposure with my C6 F5 Newtonian Telescope & QHY183M cooled Monochrome Cmos Camera(LUM) & QHY183C (RGB) Cooled Color Cmos Camera tracking on a Bisque MyT Robotic Telescope Mount from my backyard in Dayton, Ohio on 05-11-2020.