Deep Sky Object in Summer
Nebulosities around western Vulpecula

Date & Time: Aug 6 2016, from 23:49 to 24:48 JST(+0900)
Mosaic of 2 flames of 4min.×6shots
Optical: BORG 60ED with a conversion lens (f=245mm, F4.1)
with IDAS LPS-D1 Light-pollution suppression filter
Auto-guided with Kenko SKYMEMO Equatorial
Digital Camera: Canon EOS 6D (Remodeled)
Location: Furudono town, Fukushima pref.

Camera Settings: Recording Format...14bit CCD-RAW, converted to 16bit TIFF(5472×3648)
Device Size...35×24mm, Sensitivity...ISO1600

Objects around western Vulpecula
This wide field image has captured the western Vulpecula just south of Cygnus with a span of about 10.3×8.0 degrees. A bright star in upper right is Albireo in Cygnus and an elliptical small nebula in lower left is the Dumb-bell nebula (M27). The galactic equator is crossing this image in leaned north south direction, you can appreciate complicated dark nebulae distributed. Several parts of the nebula have activated by nearing stars and emitting reddish H-alpha light.
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Blinking planetary(NGC6826)

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