Telescope : Takahashi FSQ 106EDX
Camera : ZWO 6200MM
Mount: Software Bisque Paramount MX
Pixel scale : 2.00 arcsec/pixel
FOV : 5.41° x 3.51°
Filters :HaLRGB
Ha 150x4m
L 100x3m R 100x3m G 100x3m B 100x3m
Integration: 30hrs
RA center: 0h 42′ 27″
DEC center: +41° 21′ 21″
Equipment : Roboscope
Software: PixInsight

Quoting NASA – What is the nearest major galaxy to our own Milky Way Galaxy? Andromeda. In fact, our Galaxy is thought to look much like Andromeda. Together these two galaxies dominate the Local Group of galaxies. The diffuse light from Andromeda is caused by the hundreds of billions of stars that compose it. The several distinct stars that surround Andromeda’s image are actually stars in our Galaxy that are well in front of the background object. Andromeda is frequently referred to as M31 since it is the 31st object on Messier’s list of diffuse sky objects. M31 is so distant it takes about two million years for light to reach us from there. Much about M31 remains unknown, including exactly how long it will be before it collides with our home galaxy.