NGC 1003; PGC 10077, 10025

NGC 1003; PGC 10077, 10025

NGC 1003 (mag 12.09) is the main object at the lower right, and is a spiral galaxy in Perseus. There are several other fainter fuzzy spots which could be galaxies, but the only two I've managed to identify are PGC 10077 (mag 15.88) which is the fuzzy spot near the top directly above NGC 1003, and PGC 10025, which is the fuzzy spot near the left edge about a third of the way down from the top.

Image taken 31 Jan 2019. A stack of 134 30-second exposures.