M32 and parts of M31 (south of its nucleus), including star cloud NGC 206, as photographed by David Malin with the Isaac Newton Telescope. The bright yellowish elliptical M32 contrasts to the vividly colored spiral arms of big M31 with its dust lanes, red nebulae and slightly blueish star clouds.
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Last Modification: January 2, 2000