How would the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) look at a distance of 11 million light-years? Very much like NGC 4214 - a Magellanic-type irregular galaxy with the same linear extent (30'000 light-yers). Seen at this distance, the galaxy appears as a chaotic wonder shining at 9.8mag with blue starburst regions and numerous HII regions.
The faint patch below NGC 4214 is UGCA 276 with a brightness of 18.5mag, the brighter galaxy at the bottom UGC 7257 with 14.2mag.
Telescope: RCOS 14.5" f/8
Mount: ASA DDM85
Detector: Apogee U16M
Filters: Astrodon Gen 2
Exposures: LRGB 680:160:120:120min (20 min subs)
Observatory: ROSA, France