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August 8th 2022
SkyWatcher Newton 200mm f/5, Atik 4000 LE, SkyWatcher NEQ 6 Pro, Astrodon LRGB I-series and Baader Ha 7nm filters
The Bubble Nebula, also known as NGC 7635, is an emission nebula visible in the constellation Cassiopeia and located about 11,000 light-years from us. It is a cloud of interstellar gas stretching about 10 light-years excited by a huge central star, 45 times more massive than our Sun and which has shaped them to form the characteristic bubble that gives the nebula its name. Technical data: SkyWatcher 200mm f/5 Newton with Atik 4000 LE on SkyWatcher NEQ 6 Pro. 7x420s L, 7x420s Ha, 3x420s for RGB channels.