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Photographer:

Paul C Swift

Email:

moonrocksastro@gmail.com

Location of Photo:

Home observatory, Valencia, Spain

Date/Time of photo:

7/6/2016

Equipment:

Imaging telescope: Vixen VSD 100 f/3 Imaging camera: 9.2mp Sony SX814 Mount: Software Bisque Paramount MX Guiding telescope or lens: Vixen VSD 100 f/3 Filters: Chroma SII 3nm, Chroma OIII 3nm, Chroma Ha 3nm Frames: 172x1800" Integration: 86.0

Description:

The cosmic question mark panarama A turbulent ring of dust and gas frozen in time like some fossilized explosion, hovers motionless in Cepheus. A memory of a dying star spanning some 80 light-Years. Cederblad and the surrounding nebula clouds begin to emerge through the gloom of Valencia's urban skies. This is a three panel mosaic revealing the cosmic question mark. NGC 7822 can be found at the edge of a giant molecular cloud in Cepheus and lies approximately 3,000 light-years away from our home planet.

Website:

http://moonrocksastro.com/

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