NGC 4945, a distorted near edge-on dusty spiral galaxy itself obscured by Milky Way dust, giving it an orange overall colour.
The very bright blue star at 4 o'clock is xi 1 Centauri, spectral class A0. Xi 2 is just off-frame.
See also the irregular galaxy hidden behind the bright star toward 8 o'clock, and the still more distant spiral close in toward 2 o'clock. The latter's brightness has been locally enhanced for clarity. Despite the obscuring Milky Way material, many other tiny background galaxies are visible.
Lum 13hrs in 1hr subs. RGB 11hrs each in 30min subs. Aspen CG16M on 20" PlaneWave.