The Triangulum Galaxy, or Messier 33, is a spiral galaxy in the constellation Triangulum, and is visible to the naked eye under dark sky conditions. Unfortunately, deep sky objects like this are not visible to the unaided eye here in the Coachella Valley due to city light pollution. I was able to capture this on 9-30-16 during the new moon phase, and am very happy with how it turned out.
3 hours total exposure time
Celestron Nexstar 6se + wedge
6.3 focal reducer
Reprocessed this data with an additional 4 hours of exposure time for a grand total of 7 hours