Because of the bad weather we having over the past several days for observing I have been spending my time learning my Images Plus 3.50 program. I thought I would try to combine the same image taken from two different telescopes, from two different locations. After digging through “a lot”of cd’s I came up with about 35 usable images from my Meade 10”, and 20 images from my new Vixen refractor taken 2 weeks ago. My subject, M33, a face on spiral galaxy in the constellation Triangulum. Total exposure time for all of the images was 85 minutes, and all were taken with my modified Canon 20D. After a considerable amount of patience, and luck, I came up with this image below. I also enlisted the help of Photoshop along the way. I hope you enjoy galaxy which is 50,000 light years in diameter, and 3 million light years from the Milky Way.