|Object:||NGC 6027 (Seyfert's Sextett)|
|Scope, mount, camera:||12.5" Newtonian, f/8.1 with APO Newton Barlow, AO-7, MAM50, ST-10XME|
|Filter, exposure time:||LRGB =(9x6x7x6)*600s, all binned 1x1|
|Total exposure time:||4h40min|
|Location:||La Palma, Roque de los muchachos|
|Comments:||Image seeing: 1.8"
The Seyfert Sextett actually consists of only 4 galaxies. The small spiral galaxy to the left edge of the group, NGC 6027d, is 6 times more distant than the rest. The tidal tail to the upper left was originally considered as an individual galaxy.
Data reduction with THELI, colour composition in PS.