I had the impression that the M33 is a tough subject to process. And indeed it is. The original plan was to capture the M33 with the IFN. That was tough. Actually, I started to see the faint IFN starting to show up but lost the patience. I wish I acquired more Ha data. More or less the H-II regions are not pronounced enough. There is always next time!

This image is a central tight crop from the TOA-130NS FOV with the ASI6200mm-Pro. The idea for the processing is to show the spiral arms of the galaxy (made of tiny stars!) and the dust lane around the core. I didn’t try to really stretch the color and push the contrast. Just want to give it a more “gentle” look & feel.

Galaxy season is coming!