I was tooling around on Stellarium looking for the odd, unlabeled HII nebulas scattered about in the Cygnus/Cepheus/Cass region. I ran across one in Cygnus and ultimately imaged a bi-lobed nebula. Looks like it has a bow shock on its south end. Almost bipolar jet-looking. Astrometry.net does not have any annotation for it on the solved image. Stellarium and SkySafari are blank.
The Neb sits right between 44 and V2199 Cyg at RA/Dec (J2000) 20h27m24.2s/+37 21'26.7"
Anyone know what it is?
15X64s subs stacked in SC, saved as .png
Cropped & Zoomed in MS photoviewer
150mm f/5 Newt on an unguided AVX
L-enhance filter (first light!)
RA/Dec (J2000) 20h27m24.2s/+37 21'26.7"