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    Default Re: Hi, and is one of the objects in this picture the Andromeda Galaxy?



    Quote Originally Posted by Wispy View Post
    Sorry if my questions have been taking up your time ;/
    No worries. That's why we have a forum.
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    Default Re: Hi, and is one of the objects in this picture the Andromeda Galaxy?

    Oh my god I feel like such a twit... Do you happen to know what the star below Nu Andromedae is? I’m not sure if you can see it, but it’s super dim in the photo

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    Default Re: Hi, and is one of the objects in this picture the Andromeda Galaxy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wispy View Post
    Oh my god I feel like such a twit... Do you happen to know what the star below Nu Andromedae is? I’m not sure if you can see it, but it’s super dim in the photo
    Looks like 32 Andromedae.
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    Default Re: Hi, and is one of the objects in this picture the Andromeda Galaxy?

    Quote Originally Posted by bladekeeper View Post
    Looks like 32 Andromedae.
    thanks for the info!
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