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Veil
ngc 6960 Western Veil
  ngc 6992 - Eastern Veil.jpg -  NGC6992     Eastern Veil Nebula      Caldwell 33   Supernova Remnant   distance: 1,470 ly     apparent size: 60'x9'     image size: 50'x50'  FLI PL-16803 camera     12.5" Planewave scope @ 2500mm  (f/8)     AP900 mount 15.8 hour total exposure     HaOIII 470:610 subs 10:10 binned 1:1     (0.73" per pixel unbinned)  Red made with Ha, Blue with OIII, Green synthesized  MMOAG with ST402-ME camera guiding   The Veil Nebula (of which this image is the eastern part) is a large, relatively faint supernova remnant. The source star exploded between 5,000 and 8,000 years ago, and the remnants have since expanded to cover an area about 3x3 degrees or about 36 times the area of the full moon. The portion shown here extends about twice the width of the full moon.   
Abell 85
IC 0443 Jellyfish
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NGC6992     Eastern Veil Nebula     Caldwell 33
Supernova Remnant

distance: 1,470 ly     apparent size: 60'x9'     image size: 50'x50'

FLI PL-16803 camera     12.5" Planewave scope @ 2500mm (f/8)     AP900 mount
15.8 hour total exposure     HaOIII 470:610 subs 10:10 binned 1:1     (0.73" per pixel unbinned)
Red made with Ha, Blue with OIII, Green synthesized
MMOAG with ST402-ME camera guiding

The Veil Nebula (of which this image is the eastern part) is a large, relatively faint supernova remnant. The source star exploded between 5,000 and 8,000 years ago, and the remnants have since expanded to cover an area about 3x3 degrees or about 36 times the area of the full moon. The portion shown here extends about twice the width of the full moon.

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