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The Veil nebula is a huge supernova remnant in Cygnus. It’s so big it would take a mosaic to fully cover it, it is around the same area in the sky as around 36 full Moons. There is a fantastic picture of the full structure on Wikipedia here

Camera: Atik 383L+ Mono with Astrodon 5nm Ha (-30°C)
Scope: Borg 101EDII with 0.7x Reducer @ F4.4
Mount: EQ6 with EQMOD
Guiding: OAG with QHY5
Capture Software: CCD Commander, Maxim DL
Processing Software: Deep Sky Stacker, PixInsight
Exposures: 12 x 15 mins
Calibration: 25 x Darks, 25 x flats, 50 x Bias



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