NGC6960 – Western Veil Nebula (HOO – Bicolour Combination)

Location of photo
Johor, Malaysia.
Date/Time of photo
22th July 2017
Imaging Detail : Skyrover 110ED doublet len - iOptron ZEQ25GT - ASI1600MM Cool Filter: Ha=21x120s Oiii=20x120s Total integration: 1.4 hours Date: 22/7/2017 WL Remote Telescope, Johor, Malaysia.
NGC6960 located at western part of Veil Nebula, is a cloud of heated and ionized gas , dust and supernova remnant in the constellation of Cygnus. Estimation distance about 1,470 light year from Earth. Nebulosity contain of atomic hydrogen (red colour) and oxygen (blue-green colour) gas as show in image. The bright star in the top-center of frame is 52 Cygnus.
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