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NGC 7635- "Bubble" nebula

Object info: The “Bubble nebula”, NGC 7635, is an emission nebula in the constellation Cassiopeia. The bubble is created by stellar wind from a centrally located massive high temperature star which causes it to glow. Distance is approximately 7000 light years

Capture info:

HaRGB image, approx. 20hrs. Officina Stellare RiDK 400mm. SBIG 16803, AOX. Paramount MEII

Location: Orion’s Belt Remote Observatory, Mayhill NM

 

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Uploaded on April 3, 2019