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DG 181,DG 182, LDN 1175,LDN 1184 (Cepheus)
Barnard 3 (Perseus)
NGC 3344 (Leo Minor)
NGC 4151 (Eye of Sauron),NGC 4156 (Canes Venatici)
NGC 5934,5935,5943,5945,5947 (Bootes)
  LDN 810,SH2-92,Reflection nebula GN 19.43.3.01, YSO CB205YC1 (Vulpecula-Cygnus).jpg - LDN 810,SH2-92,GN 19.43.3.01,YSO CB205YC1 (Vulpecula-Cygnus) * June 2015 * ASA N12 astrograph (f/3.6,1078mm) * ASA DDM85 mount * FLI ML8300 *Optec LRGB filter set * L:210m R:100m G:90m B:120m * Unguided * A LDN 810 is a dark nebula that was first cataloged by B.T. Lynds in 1962. The dark region at the center contains gas and dust out of which new stars are forming. A bipolar outflow of gas from one of these stars has also been detected. LDN 810 is a dark nebula in Vulpecula border with Cygnus,which is in the upper left ofthe image. Note the obscuring dust cloud continues south of image.. In the center of LDN 810 is the reflection nebula GN 19.43.3.01. LDN 810 is seen in IR light to be the birth ground of stars hidden by dust in visible light. Several authors estimate the distance between 5000 to 8000 lightyears. SH2-92 provides the faint red background,very weak. Young Stellar Objects (YSOs) are stars in the first phase of theirs lives, before they enter the main sequence of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram and are fed by stably hydrogen fusion. YSOs are formed by contraction (and fragmentation) of molecular clouds. Information Credits: NOAO  
vdB 136,LBN 312 (Cygnus)
LBN 331,DWB 177,DWB 178,DWB 179, V1488 Cyg (Cygnus)
LBN 248, HH425 (Cygnus)
NS2,LDN 1299 (Cassiopeia)
TGU H774 P19,vdB 2,LBN 590,V V510 Cas (Cassiopeia)

LDN 810,SH2-92,GN 19.43.3.01,YSO CB205YC1 (Vulpecula-Cygnus) * June 2015 * ASA N12 astrograph (f/3.6,1078mm) * ASA DDM85 mount * FLI ML8300 *Optec LRGB filter set * L:210m R:100m G:90m B:120m * Unguided * A LDN 810 is a dark nebula that was first cataloged by B.T. Lynds in 1962. The dark region at the center contains gas and dust out of which new stars are forming. A bipolar outflow of gas from one of these stars has also been detected. LDN 810 is a dark nebula in Vulpecula border with Cygnus,which is in the upper left ofthe image. Note the obscuring dust cloud continues south of image.. In the center of LDN 810 is the reflection nebula GN 19.43.3.01. LDN 810 is seen in IR light to be the birth ground of stars hidden by dust in visible light. Several authors estimate the distance between 5000 to 8000 lightyears. SH2-92 provides the faint red background,very weak. Young Stellar Objects (YSOs) are stars in the first phase of theirs lives, before they enter the main sequence of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram and are fed by stably hydrogen fusion. YSOs are formed by contraction (and fragmentation) of molecular clouds. Information Credits: NOAO Download Imagen original
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