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Offline chris.bailey

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M 101 - Spiral Galaxy in Ursa Major
« on: 15:41:08, 16 September, 2012 »
Very low in the sky now so down in the gloom making it hard to pull out much colour

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Re: M 101 - Spiral Galaxy in Ursa Major
« Reply #1 on: 17:24:45, 16 September, 2012 »
Good shot Chris
I tried to get it one night - but miserably
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