NGC-253 Spiral Galaxy
NGC-253, A Bright Galaxy In The Constellation of Sculptor.
NGC-253 is a relatively Nearby Galaxy, located at 11.4 Million Light years away, it shines at ~ Magnitude 8, so is visible in Binocular from a dark location.
I only got 31 minutes of data before high cirrus clouds came in on me…I’m surprised at how well it turned out considering it sits very low in the sky and I was shooting through a lots of hazy muck on the horizons that night.
I almost did not bother processing it, but glad I gave it a go anyway, picked up some nice dusty details too!

12 inch F4 TPO Newtonian telescope, Baader Coma Corrector, Bisque ME Mount, ZWO 294MC Cooled Cmos Camera, L-Pro Filter,
ASI Air via WiFi to Ipad, 31 x 1 minute subs, 31 minutes total integration exposure time on 10-21-2022 taken from my Observatories at JBSPO in yellow Springs, Ohio.

Best Regards,

John Chumack