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A beautiful part of the Cygnus constellation


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Two nights ago I decided to point my telescope to a region in the constellation of the Swan which I found very interesting. Being a moon night I shot that region in Ha and I really like how it looks. I couldn't find a name or designation for this region but you can find it around the HIP 99889 star. I had many more subs but I removed the ones with obvious clouds in them. There might still be a few cloudy subs in there.

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QHY183M with Baader 7nm Ha

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10 minutes ago, Knight of Clear Skies said:

I can only guess those filaments are the result of one or more supernovae, probably the latter.

It's possible but I can't find anything about it. The region is full of those filaments.

Here's the Astrometry.net link

http://nova.astrometry.net/user_images/2841098#annotated

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