Messier 24 is spiral arm of our galaxy located in constellation Sagittarius. The region is heavily populated by the stars, which makes you think how big our home galaxy Milky Way is. I captured already few years back, but it would be a pity not to recapture this magnificent star cloud again with slightly shorter focal length and under dark skies of Fuerteventura.
|Telescope||Newton 150/600 mm|
|Focal length||570 mm|
|Mount||Rainbow Astro RST 135|
|Autoguiding||ZWO 174MM, Guidescope 30 mm|
|Camera||ZWO 071 Pro @-0°C|
|Exposure||75x120s, Gain 94, bin 1x1,|