This dwarf is a little less jumbled looking than the others. There are a couple of pink clouds of H-alpha to go with some star formation and a few fuzzy balls of globular clusters scattered around. This dwarf looks slightly yellower on one side and slightly bluer on the other. I’ve noticed this in a couple of others but wasn’t sure if I was screwing up somehow. Sometimes it’s hard to tell. I’m pretty sure this one is, though.
LEGUS data did not cover the left fourth or so of the image so as usual I compensated by using the R / pseudo-green / B
method with the remaining two channels, F814W and F606W.
Red: HST_10210_14_ACS_WFC_F814W_sci + hst_06569_03_wfpc2_f656n_wf_sci
Blue: WFC3 / UVIS F275W + F336W + F438W (All three from LEGUS)
North is NOT up. It is 117° clockwise from up.
Hubble data is public domain, but I put a lot of work into combining it into beautiful color images. The minimal credit line should read: NASA / ESA / J. Schmidt
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