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NGC6992 - Network Nebula

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Date: 7/29/2005
The Veil Nebula, encompassing several NGC numbers, is a large circular arc of nebulosity resulting from a supernova explosion around 20,000 years ago. It lies in the Constellation Cygnus approximately 2,500 light-years distant. Astronomers now think that a portion of the Veil outside the circular pattern of the rest of the nebula may actually result from a second supernova explosion in the area.

July 29, 2005
Toronto, Canada
TV Pronto @ f/5.4
SBIG ST-8i
Schuler 10nm Ha filter 6 of 10min subs 1x1 binned

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Melotte 15 (IC1805) SH2-126 / LBN437 M20 The Trifid Nebula DWB111 The Propeller Nebula IC1274 The Cone and Fox Fur Nebula NGC 2264

NGC1499 - The California Nebula M8 - Lagoon Nebula IC443 NGC1977 - The Running Man Nebula Elephant Trunk Veil East

Veil West Horse Head up Close Flame Nebula (NGC2024) Pelican Neck HSO Pelican Neck SHO Bubble Nebula

Pelican Nebula NGC6823 Pickering Triangle M27 M57 Rosette

Horsehead (up close) M42 Region Cone Nebula M1 from Kitt Peak Pelican and North American Nebulae IC5070 - Pelican Nebula in Cygnus

Veil West IC1396 IC 1311 in Cygnus NCG6914 NGC6992 - Network Nebula Butteryfly Nebula

M27 - *True* Colour M106 M33, the Pinwheel galaxy NGC 4565 (The Needle Galaxy) M74 from Kitt Peak NGC6791

M44 M92 M13 - Globular Cluster M3 - Globular Cluster

Astro Garage - Cog in the Machine