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NGC7538 Northern Lagoon Nebula in SHO narrowband

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Posted 25 September 2021 - 08:45 PM

NGC7538, also know as the Northern Lagoon Nebula is located in the constellation Cepheus. Approximately 9100 LYs from Earth.  It is a region of active star formation including several luminous near-IR and far-IR sources. Stars in NGC 7538 are mainly low-mass pre-main-sequence stars.

 

Captured with the CDK17 and FLI PL16803 using S-H-O narrowband palette.

 

Processed with pixInsight, calibration with WBPP

 

Exposure details here - get.jpg?insecure

 

Thanks for looking.

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