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From Cepheus to Cygnus @ Mosaic 50 mm (Ha), 





    
        

            Wolfgang Zimmermann

From Cepheus to Cygnus @ Mosaic 50 mm (Ha)

Technical card

Resolution: 9698x4224

Dates:June 1, 2019June 3, 2019

Frames:
19x300" ISO1600
Astronomik EOS clip Astronomik 12nm Ha: 24x300" ISO1600

Integration: 3.6 hours

Darks: ~19

Flats: ~24

Flat darks: ~22

Bias: ~41

Avg. Moon age: 13.81 days

Avg. Moon phase: 2.19%

Astrometry.net job: 2737029

Locations: Terassensternwarte, Selm-Bork, NRW, Germany

Data source: Backyard

Description

In the two recording nights I was able to record with 50 mm, numerous known objects. The area from Cepheus to the Cygnus contains a lot of interesting galactic nebulae. I have designated some larger ones with the corresponding catalog numbers.

Sh2-129 = Flying Bat nebula, distance 2300 ly
IC 1396 = open cluster in an emission nebula, distance 2400-3000 ly
Sh2-132 = Lion's Mane nebula, distance 10400 ly
IC 5146 = Cocoon nebula, distance 3262 ly
Sh2-119 = diffuse nebula in Cygnus constellation, distance 2200 ly
NGC 7000 = North American nebula, distance 1600 ly
IC 5070 = Pelican nebula, distance 1800 ly
IC 5068 = Bright nebula, distance 2000 ly
IC 1318A = a part of Butterfly nebula, distance 3700 ly
IC 1318 = Butterfly nebula, distance 3700 ly
NGC 6888 = Crescent nebula, distance 4100 ly
Sh2-101 = Tulip nebula, distance 5871 ly

Unfortunately, the distances are from different sources. I hope that fits the order?!

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Wolfgang Zimmermann
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From Cepheus to Cygnus @ Mosaic 50 mm (Ha), 





    
        

            Wolfgang Zimmermann

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