NGC 6946 and 6939

Location of photo
Titisee-Neustadt in the Black Forest of Germany 876 meters above the sea.
Date/Time of photo
Nights from 18 and 19 June 2018 from 23:00 till 03:00.
Skywatcher 150 / f5 Skywatcher AZ EQ5 GT Canon EOS 400d Astromod. ZwoAsi 120MC APT y PHD 2 para la captura y procesado con Pixinsight LE, Fitswork, Photoshop, Lightroom
NGC 6946, also known as the Fireworks galaxy, Arp 29, and Caldwell 12, is a spiral galaxy in the constellation of Cepheus and Cygnus. It is about 22.5 million light-years away from Earth. It was discovered by William Herschel in September 9, 1798. It's highly obscured by interestellar matter, and it's very close to the galactic plane. It has a third of the Milky Way as size Taken on the nights of 18 and 19.06.2018. As here comes the darkness at 23:45 and dawns at 03:00 I have at least 2 nights per image. 35 Lights-ISO 800-300" 20 Darks 20 Bias 20 Flats
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