Here is NGC 2903, a magnitude 9.7 galaxy roughly 20 million miles away in the Constellation Leo the Lion.
To get this photo, I coupled an Orion Starshoot G3 CCD cam to the prime focus of an 8" LX200, guided by a piggy-backed Orion ST-80 and PHD. Over time, I'm seeing some error in declination, so I limited my exposures to 60 seconds, exposed 50 and stacked only 12. As the image is not as sharp as I would like I would suspect collimation, but the scope was collimated only hours before this photo was taken. Therefore, I suspect tracking/guiding.