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Old 19-11-2023, 01:27 PM
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NGC1316 ( and NGC1317)

NGC 1316 (also known as Fornax A) is a lenticular galaxy about 60 million light-years (18.4 million parsecs) away in the constellation Fornax. It is a radio galaxy and at 1400 MHz is the fourth-brightest radio source in the sky.


Redshift 1760 10 km/s[
Distance 62.0 2.9 Mly (19.0 0.9 Mpc)
Apparent magnitude (V) 9.4
Characteristics
Type (R')SAB(s)00
Apparent size (V) 12′.0 8′.5
Notable features Very bright at radio 1.4 GHz




5hrs data captured over a couple of nights 14-15/11, QHY268c stacked SIRIL, processed SIRIL and PS. Data captured before the wind picked up and played havoc with guiding
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Crop of area
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