The Triangulum galaxy M33, as taken by Alexander Jäger of the Interessengemeinschaft Astronomie at the University of Constance. Click on the image to see it in full size.
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Jason Ware's image of M33. Click on the image to see it in full size. This image is copyrighted by the image author.
The Triangulum Galaxy M33, as photographed by Brad Wallis and Robert Provin. This image was exposed two hours on hypered 35mm Kodak Tech Pan. 155mm f/7 Astro-Physics EDF refractor.
A beautiful color film image of M33, also by Brad Wallis and Robert Provin. Composite of two 1 hour exposures on Fujicolor Super G-800+. 155mm f/7 Astro-Physics EDF refractor. Exposures were registered and composited in Picture Window Pro 2.5.
The two Wallis/Provin images may be freely used for private purpose; use in non-commercial public html pages requires appropriate acknowledgement. If you should consider any for-profit use, please contact Robert Provin (robert.provin at csun.edu).
Tim Puckett's CCD image of M33 (click to see it in full size). This image was composed from a red, a green, and a blue photo, exposed 5 minutes each, with an Apogee AP-7 CCD camera and 30-cm reflector.
John Sefick took this image of M33 with a 14" Celestron Compustar and an ST-6 camera. This image was taken with a f3.3 focal reducer at 50 seconds. The site was the Chaco Canyon National Park in northern New Mexico.
Last Modification: July 15, 2006