The Spindle Galaxy (sextans) (スピンドル銀河) NGC3115

This photo shows the Spindle galaxy of NGC 3115 in the southern sextans, not the NGC 5886 in the northern Draco.
They have the same name and are slightly different in color but similar in appearance. However, the decisive difference is that this NGC3116 does not have a dark band running in the center.
It can be said that a galaxy is characterized by having no features in visible light photographs.
It seems that there is a huge black hole in the center of basil, which is 2 billion times the mass of the sun.

バジルの中心には太陽の20億倍という質量の巨大Black Holeがあるらしい。

Place: Backyard East Pattaya (Bortle Class 6, Moon Phase 26.7%)
Shot Date :27th / Mar / 2022 22:14 (UTC+7) Start
TS RC10 Truss Prime Focus(250mm F/8 f/2000mm)
filter: SVbony LRGB
Lum: 11X180 secs 33 minutes
Red: 4X180 secs 12 minutes
Green: 4X180 secs 12 minutes
Blue: 4X180 secs 12 minutes
Total 1hours6 minutes
Palette: L-RGB
Gain: 120 Offset 30,BIN2
CCD: ASI294mm Pro
Mount :iOptron CEM70G
Guide: SVbony 60mm F/4 f/240mm , QHY 290C
Controler:NINA,PHD2 Dithering 5pix, 2 frames each
Pre-Processing APP (Droplet 0.8 Drizzle X2.0)
Post-Processing PI,PS
Shot By Taro Seki