As the Triangulum Galaxy is the third-largest member of the Local Group of galaxies, behind the Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy it is one of the largest galaxies in the night sky.
Discover how to find the Triangulum Galaxy (M33) as well as footage that should represent what you will see through the eyepiece with your own eye. Followed by some post processed and drizzled shots of Triangulum to bring out the detail more.
This galaxy is very large, but it can be hard to see as its total brightness is spread across a large area of the sky. Unfortunately, unlike with the Andromeda Galaxy, there isn't a very bright centre. With this target, a bigger telescope won't help but a darker sky will.