|A colour image of Messier 32, Cluster Cam|
|A filterless image of M32, Cluster Cam|
You will also be able to see some of the satellite galaxies of Andromeda. These are similar to the Magellanic Clouds associated with our own galaxy. Below and right in the above pictures, you can see Messier 110. You may also be able to make out the fuzzy ball of Messier 32, directly above the core.
|A view of the core with Galaxy Cam|
|Field of view of Galaxy Cam vs Cluster|
- As it's quite bright, compared to other galaxies, around 90000ms exposure is more than enough.
- Try using different cameras for different fields of view.
- Use the BVR or Clear filters on any camera. (Narrow-band filters on Galaxy Cam don't get you anything special)
Leave a comment below or post on the forums with a link to your fabulous gallery picture of Messier 31!