The barred spiral galaxy NGC 925 resides at a distance of 45 million light-years in the constellation Triangulum. Delicate spiral arms
extend outward from the central bar. Old, yellow suns dominate the central bar, while younger blue-white star clusters and red hydrogen
clouds dominate the spiral arms.
This image combined 165 minutes of Luminance, unbinned, with 75 minutes of blue and green, and 60 minutes of red exposures, binned
2x2. An ST10XME camera was used through a Meade 12" LX200R and an AP reducer at the Hidden Lake Observatory.
Music: Ramblin' Man - Allman Brothers