The Very Rare IC 5210

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Russ.Carpenter
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The Very Rare IC 5210

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This text and image were uploaded to Astrobin this morning. Here is the link: https://www.astrobin.com/iwj0iy/?nc=user

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The Very Rare IC 5201

I have found only a few other images of IC 5201 published by amateurs: this is by far the most detailed one. IC 5201 is a barred spiral with multiple thin arms. The galaxy has many HII regions, which, of course, are centers of star formation. IC 5201 is not a member of a galaxy group and is therefore characterized as an isolated galaxy.

This is an RGB image with a synthetic luminance.

Tech Notes for ASA 500/3.6:
ASA Newtonian, 500 mm aperture, 1900mm focal length, F3.6
FLI Proline 16803, 9 mm pixel, 4096 X 4096
ASA DDM85 equatorial mount
Processing with PixInsight, StarTools, and Affinity Photo
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Burly
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Re: The Very Rare IC 5210

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Super image 👍
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