Object name: NGC1560
NGC 1560 is a spiral galaxy above my 70 north limit due to my Polaris Tree. But only by a degree so it's only in the very edges of the tree for much of its circle around the pole. By taking 5 hours of data with it east of the pole I was able to find 3 L images, 2 red, 2 green and 3 blue that weren't too bothered by pine needles. They still made for some interesting halos around bright stars and color prism effects to those halos. I've removed these the best I can. The picture looks noisy but I think it real and due to the IFN. It is located in a part of the sky known to have IFN but I didn't expect only 30 minutes of data to bring it out like this. It just barely shows in the DSS plates and then only if you really stretch the heck out of them but the brightest parts match my image so not all the fuzz is due to pine needles.
Related Designation(s):11HUGS 082, 2MASX J04324908+7152591, 2MFGC 03701, CGCG 0427.1+7147, CGCG 328-006, FGC 071A, HDCE 0296 NED003, IRAS 04271+7146, LDCE 0264 NED008, LGG 104:[G93] 003, MCG +12-05-005, NGC 1560, NGC1560, NVSS J043248+715230, PGC 015488, UGC 03060, UZC J043249.5+715256, [SPB93] 062,