NGC2835 is a 11.0mag bright spiral-galaxy (type SBc) in the constellation of Hydra.It apparent size is about 6.6´x 4.4´ with a real distance of 35 million light-years.
Inside this galaxy there are many star-formation-areas,all showing strong Ha-emissions.
NGC2835 was first seen by Ernst Wilhelm Leberecht Tempel in 1884.
RA: 09h 17m 52,6s
Decl.: -22° 21′ 19″
LR(Ha)GB (L 20x20m, RGB 6x20m each,Ha 6x40m)
total 16,7 h combined. Seeing 0.7-1.3 arcsec
80cm f/7 AstroOptik Keller corrected Cassegrain, FLI Proline 16803 Baader Filters
Prompt 7 CTIO Chile,remote controlled
Processing: Bernd Flach-Wilken
Here you find NGC2835 in a squared 19.5arc-min.-FOV
click HERE for a full resolution view
here you can see a cropped detailed view of NGC2835: