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Location of Photo:

Spain, Valencia

Date/Time of photo:

21 September 2015


Imaging telescopes or lenses: Vixen VSD Imaging cameras: Starlight Express SXVR-H18 Mounts: Sky-Watcher NEQ6 Pro Guiding telescopes or lenses: Vixen VSD Guiding cameras: sx loadstar Software: PixInsight 1.8, Photoshop CS5, Sequence Generator Pro, PHD, Main Sequence Software Filters: Baader H-alpha 3.5 Nm, Baader SII 8.5nm, Baader O III 8.5nm Accessories: Starlight Xpress USB filter wheel


A two panel mosaic in narrowband Vulpecula constellation lies in the northern sky. Its name means “the little fox” in Latin. The constellation is a relatively faint one, with no stars brighter than fourth magnitude. It can be found in the middle of the Summer Triangle asterism, formed by the bright stars Vega in the constellation Lyra, Altair in Aquila, and Deneb in Cygnus. Sh2-86 is a gas cloud in Vulpecula




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