NGC 7090     Indus / Indianer
NGC 7090 is a barred spiral galaxy in the constellation Indus in the southern sky and was discovered in 1834 by the English astronomer John Herschel. It has an apparent magnitude of +10.7 mag and an angular extent of 7.8' 1.3'. We see it exactly in edge-on position, the spiral arms appear here as dark dusty clouds, illuminated by the bright centre of the galaxy. What I like about this image is the apparent outline of the bright foreground stars, which really bring out the galaxy.


Mount
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 13/6/6/6 x 6min


Total
3h 06min
Software
PixInsight

Location
IAS Hakos Farm, Namibia