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Have this new picture I finished. This image is composed of data spanning 2 years and totaling 7 hours. Note a number of smaller galaxies, they are all satellites. There's also so-called Galactic Cirrus - dust and particles populating intergalactic medium. Can be seen as grey haze surrounding the galaxy. The NGC7331 itself is said to closely resemble our own from a distance of 50 million light years.

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