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Sasho Panov

Location of Photo:

The images were captured at rural place near village Radibush, North Macedonia.

Date/Time of photo:

July 22, 2020


Telescope: Meade Apochromatic 115/805 Series 6000 Apo 115mm with Meade 0.8x Flattener/focal reducer (effective focal lenght: 646 mm). Imaging camera: ZWO Optical ASI183MM Pro (CMOS) Mount: iOptron CEM40EC Off-axis guider with guiding camera: ASI 174MM Mini Filters: SII, H-alpha, OIII (ZWO Optical, 7nm) Camera control and guiding: ASIAIR 1.4.4 Processed with PixInsight 1.8


The Cygnus Wall as a part of the North America Nebula (NGC 7000 or Caldwell 20) in the constellation Cygnus imaged with Hubble palette (SHO) This deep space object is an emission nebula consisting of interstellar cloud of ionized hydrogen (HII) and much smaller portion of other gases (OII, SII and others). It also contains a dark regions of dense interstellar dust. Image contains only a portion of this giant nebula that is located approximately 1600 light years from the Earth.


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