64. NGC2903

NGC 2903  RA: 9h 32.2'  Dec: +21 30'   Leo (Leo)

Your calculated location is latitude and longitude

Nebulae SN Remnants Galaxies Clusters Solar System Others     Main Index
Free search:   

NGC 2903 is a field barred spiral galaxy about 30 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It was discovered by William Herschel who cataloged it on November 16, 1784. NGC 2903 has a very high rate of star formation in its central region. NGC 2905 is a bright star cloud within this galaxy.NGC 2903 is part of the Virgo Supercluster.

Image Information

Location Fingal ON
Date Apr 29 2011
Optics Celestron 9.25 SCT
Filters f/6.3 Reducer
Mount Celestron CGE
Camera Canon/Hutech T1i
ISO 1600
Subexposures 9
Exposure Length 240
Guider SBIG ST-4/WO 66SD

<<Wikipedia>>  <<SIMBAD>>

Go to Ozzzy's Astronomy pages
Software   Equipment   Values

All images copyright © 2006-2020, Rick Saunders
Main text descriptions sourced from Wikipaedia.
Sky position information is based on IP geolocation and is therefore approximate.