NGC 772 is a spiral galaxy distorted by the gravitational forces of neighboring galaxy, NGC 770, seen just below the main galaxy in this image. At 130 million lights years away, this is the most distant object I've imaged. It's a bit of a stretch for a 6 inch telescope, but the shape of this galaxy was just too unique to pass up. Composed of four hours of luminance data and 2 hours for each color channel. Taken with a SBIG ST8-XME through a 6 inch Ritchey-Chretien riding on a Paramount MX mount.