The galaxy NGC2841, 46 million light-years away.

This is a somewhat obscure target; at 46 million light-years distant, it’s hard to capture much detail on it from Earth. But that’s what makes it interesting and challenging! Located within the constellation Ursa Major, this is a flocculent spiral galaxy notable for its massive central core. Look around in the background, and you’ll find some even more interesting, and much more distant galaxies surrounding it. Views like this really drive home how big the Universe is, and how we’re just a tiny piece of it.

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