The Leo IV Dwarf Galaxy (Leo 4 矮小銀河) PGC 4713561

Leo IV is said to be the smallest and ultra faint dwarf galaxy among the Leo dwarf galaxies.
According to the current observation results, it is a galaxy made up of many DARK MATTER, so it is natural for it to be faint.
I can't tell where it is even in the Hubble photo, but the coordinates seem to be here.

Leo IVはLeo矮小銀河の中で最少でウルトラ淡い矮小銀河だそうだ。
今の観測結果によると多くのDARK MATTERで構築されいる銀河だそうなので淡いのは当たり前なのだろう。

Place: Astropical@CSky Observatory (Bortle Class 3, Moon Phase 82.3%)
Shot Date:29th / Mar / 2024 21:22 (UTC+7)
TS TSRC10T Carbon Truss + Reducer x 0.67 (250mm F/5.3 f/1340mm)
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G: 7X 180Secs Total 211minute
B: 7X 180Secs Total 21minute

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