May is the Best Time to Photograph the Unusual ‘Black Eye’ Galaxy


This post is by Jaron Schneider from PetaPixel

M64 Spiral Galaxy

Messier 64, otherwise known as M64 or the Black Eye galaxy, resides about 17 million light-years away, but during the month of May it is actually observable with a moderately-sized telescope and can be photographed from Earth.

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