NGC6946 galaxy of two contelations Cygnus and Cepheus

NGC 6946 galaxy, (also known as the Fireworks Galaxy, Arp 29, and Caldwell 12), is an intermediate spiral galaxy about 22 million light-years away, on the border between the constellations Cepheus and Cygnus. It was discovered by William Herschel on September 9, 1798. NGC 6946 is highly obscured by interstellar matter of the Milky Way galaxy, as it is quite close to the galactic plane
Open Cluster M39

Photo Details

  Telescope: Celestron C8N (1000mm)

  Camera: Sbig ST-2000XM, Filter wheel, Baader 1.25" LRGB filtes

  Mount: NJP Takahashi

  Guiding: Self-guided

  Exposure: LRGB 300m,56m,56m,56m

  When: summer 2010

  Other information: good transparency, good seeing, warm nights

Open Cluster M39

Photo Details

  Telescope: FSQ106EDX (530 mm) Takahashi

  Camera: Sbig ST-8300, Filter wheel, Baader 36mm LRGB filters

  Mount: NJP Takahashi

  Guiding: Off-axis SS Orion autoguider

  Exposure: L 18x600sec, R 6x600sec, G 6x600sec, B 6x600sec

  When: Spetember 2013

  Other information: very good transparency



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