Great Cygnus Wall

The southern part of the North America Nebula, NGC7000, with a dramatic cloudy ridge also known as the Cygnus Wall – the most active star forming regions in the nebula.

This image is composed of Ha, OIII, and SII frames with a total of 22 hours of exposure time.


Exposure: HOS, (18,10,16) x 1800sec Date: 2016-05-25…2016-09-16
Setup: Takahashi FSQ106 EDXIII with QSI 683WSG-8 Site: Deep Sky West Observatory, NM, USA

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