"Clock glass" Nebula | Michal Zolnowski

Photographer
Michal Zolnowski
Email
zolnowsk@mp.pl
Location of photo
Cracow, Poland
Date/Time of photo
3.09.2008
Equipment
Telescope A&M 320 AST Ritchey-Chretien, SBIG STL 11000M, Paramount ME.
Description
This is center of new discovered "Clock glass" nebula in Cygnus. It is 13 exposures in H-alpha stacked together in MaximDL. One exposure is 3600 seconds. This nebula was discovered a few weeks ago by. Is very near to open cluster IC 4996 and Crescent Nebula. Unfortunately is extremely faint and visible only on very long exposures. Picture taken in my Solaris Observatory in Cracow in Poland,
Website
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