Galaxy IC 5332   Sculptor / BIldhauer
IC 5332, also known as PGC 71775 is an intermediate spiral galaxy about 30 million light-years away in the constellation Sculptor.
It is a delicate spiral galaxy that is unusually faint and beautifully symmetrical. As viewed from earth it is nearly face on. It has a very small central bulge and open spiral arms accounting for its classification (SABc). The galaxy lies in the direction of the galactic south pole.
IC 5332 is a late type spiral galaxy with observable star formation ongoing, though at such a low rate as to be a stable non-starburst galaxy. It is a somewhat tenuous spiral galaxy with a very low surface brightness of just 23.8 mag/squ arc sec.

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German Equatorial Mount Award/published Astrobin
Telescope 20" Cassegrain f/3 (1500 mm)
Camera Moravian G2 8300 mono

Filter Astrodon LRGB 1,25''
Exposure LRGB 30/9/9/9 x 6min

5h 42min

IAS Hakos Farm, Namibia