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Stellarvue SVX127D, 0.72x Reducer, QHY410C camera, Optolong L-Ultimate filter, Paramount MyT mount
This is the complex around Sharpless 2-114. This is an extremely faint hydrogen and dust complex not far from some of the more popular nebula in Cygnus. The unique filamentary structure appears like an ancient supernova remnant but none have ever been recorded in this area. Not much is known about this area. Current theory suggest the shapes have formed from both magnetic fields and interstellar wind from nearby hot O and B type stars.