NGC 7635 The Bubble Nebula | Kevin Bloodworth

Kevin Bloodworth
Location of photo
Gray, GA/ In private Observatory
Date/Time of photo
December 15 2006, 23:15 EST
Meade 8" Starfinder reflector telescope with a .5 focal reducer on a LXD55 Autostar Mount. Camera used is a Meade DSI pro. Total exposure is 1 hour.
This image of The Bubble Nebula known as NGC 7635 is located in the constellation of Cassiopeia. NGC 7635 is an excellent example of a planetary nebula and lies about 11,000 light years away. The bubble itself measures 6 light years across.
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