[M81, M. Germano]]

Martin Germano's beautiful b/w film image of M81 was obtained with his self-made 14.5" f/5 Newtonian, exposed 90 minutes on hypered Kodak Tech Pan 2415 film.

On a deep magnification from this image, M81's faint companion Holmberg IX (UGC 5336) can be glipsed.

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    [M81, M. Purcell]

    Michael Purcell's image of M81, taken on December 12, 1993 at 01:55:35 with his Meade 10-inch f/6.3 SC Telescope and a ST6 CCD camera, exposed 15 minutes.

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    [M81, P. Suetterlin] [PNG]

    Taken by amateurs of the Sternfreunde Breisgau e.V. at the Schauinslandsternwarte with their ST7 CCD camera on a Celestron 11. Contributed by Peter Suetterlin from the CCD image collection of the "Sternfreunde Breisgau e.V."

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  • M81 UV and visible images from the Astro-1 Shuttle mission
  • M81 UV and visible images by Soviet ASTRON satellite
  • Image series in different parts of the spectrum

    Hartmut Frommert (spider@seds.org)
    Christine Kronberg (smil@lrz.uni-muenchen.de)

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