Note on Filters:
M94 or NGc 4736 is an early type spiral galaxy with tightly would spiral structure and a dominant, luminous central bulge. There is a prominent ring of star formation that is somewhat visible but overexposed in this CCD image. This exposure was for 1724 seconds through A1 and B1.
NGC 1097 was imaged for a second time for 1122 seconds through the B5 filter.
LUNA yes the MOON was observed for 773 seconds through lots of different filters, because, afterall - its bright!
NGC 4631 is an unusual late type galaxy viewed edge-on. It is surrounded by a halo of radio continuum emission and appears to be disturbed at some locations in its disk. It was imaged for 1720 seconds through B5.
NGC 7789 is an open stellar cluster in the Galaxy. This exposure is 1351 seconds through B5.
M51 is an extremely well-studied galaxy which is interacting with a small companion NGC 5195. This tidal interaction is exciting spiral structure in M51 and gas flows resulting in areas of intense star formation. This exposure was for 1840 seconds through A1 and B1.
The Coma Cluster of galaxies was observed for 1850 seconds through the A1 filter. This will be an interesting object to see if any galaxies were actually detected in the UV has the center of coma is a very dense region and home to old, dead galaxies.
NGC 185 is a dwarf elliptical galaxy near M31 and in the Local Group. It is sufficiently close that it is resolved into stars. This exposure was for 1002 seconds through B5.
The Coma Cluster of galaxies was observed for 2109 seconds through the B1 filter
NGC 1313 A spiral galaxy in the Fornax Cluster and host of two recent supernova was observed for 1384 seconds through A1 and B5.