NGC 3432 (Arp 206) spiral galaxy type SB(s)m edge-on in Leo Minor. In the Arp Atlas of Peculiar
Galaxies, Arp 206 is a member in the class of galaxies with “Material Ejected from Nuclei”. The
fuzzy blob to the lower right is catalogued as UGC05983. Taken over several nights from April 14 to
April 21, 2012. Imaged with CCD Lab’s Q285M camera and a Celestron EdgeHD 9.25 at f10, on a Losmandy
G11/Gemini mount. The L subframes were 12 minutes binned 1x1, while the RGB subframes were 4 minutes
binned 2x2 resulting in the following total exposures L:R:G:B (min) = 420:60:60:60. Captured with
Nebulosity, calibrated, sigma combined in Iris with other processing using PixInsight LE and
Photoshop CS. North is up.