• Constellation: Pegasus
  • Right Ascension: 23h 04m 56.6s
  • Declination: +12° 19′ 22″
  • Distance: 105 million ly

Located in the constellation of Pegasus, NGC7479 is a barred spiral galaxy at a estimated distance of 105 million light years. The galaxy is has been undergoing rapid star formation in its nucleus and outer arms possibly due to a merger with a smaller galaxy. Imaged with the Es127 refractor and Atik 314l+ mono ccd camera over various nights for the last month.

  • Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
  • Camera: Atik 314l+