Spiral Galaxy IC5267 - Adam Lundie - Eatons Hill Observatory

Spiral Galaxy IC5267

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Spiral Galaxy IC5267
IC 5267 (left) is a spiral galaxy 79 million light years away.


  • 93x 300s Luminance
  • 32x 300s Red
  • 29x 300s Green
  • 29x 300s Blue

Total integration 15 hours, 15 minutes.


  • Celestron 11&qoute; EdgeHD
  • Skywatcher EQ8 Pro mount
  • QSI 683-ws8 Camera @ -15°C
  • Celestron EdgeHD 0.7x reducer
  • Astrodon LRGB Gen2 E-Series Tru-Balance filters
  • Starlight Xpress Lodestar X2 Autoguider
  • Innovations Foresight ONAG
  • Starlight Instruments Feather Touch Focuser


  • Exposed over 6 nights between 28th September and 4th October 2019.
  • Orange zone in Brisbane, Australia. (Bortle 7)


  • Planning & camera alignment with Aladin 10
  • Captured with TheSkyX Professional
  • Guiding with PHD2
  • PixInsight: Calibrate, align, integrate, dynamic background extraction, LRGB combination, noise reduction, photometric color calibration, histogram, HDR multiscale transform, local histogram equalization, curves, crop.