A galaxy group in Bootes

I have no idea why I took this image of a galaxy group in Bootes on January 29th 2011.  I also have no record of it in the logbook.  I ran an astrometry check on it to find where it was – the bright star near the middle is magnitude 4.80.  Apparently this is 19 sub-exposures at 10-minutes per sub, so for some reason I spent 3 hours of good imaging time on this one – if only I could remember why 🙂

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