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Caldwell 30 and Deer Lick Group

Caldwell 30 and Deer Lick Group

The Deer Lick Group with promenent galaxy NGC 7331 or Caldwell 30 which is sometimes referred to as our galaxy's twin. It is found in the constellation Pegasus at a distance of 49 million light-years. The other brighter galaxies around NGC 7331 are 10x more distant far in the background, on the top from left to right, NGC 7337 NGC 7340, NGC 7335, NGC 7336, PGC 2051985, to the bottom NGC 7325 and NGC 7326.
Data by Garry Sedun. Processing by W J McDonald.
20" f/4.1 telescope at the SDG observatory of Garry Sedun in Arizona.
TV Paracorr coma corrector and Moravian 16200 camera.
Off axis guider
Mount - Paramount ME