Here is my latest shot, now that the Canadian Fire/Smoke Haze has moved off to our East,
You should put this up full screen to see the finer details in the Supernova Remnant!!!
It’s a Supernova explosion from over 5,000 years ago,
The Veil Nebula is a cloud of heated and ionized gas and dust in the constellation Cygnus, located about 1, 470 light-years from Earth.
It constitutes the visible portions of the Cygnus Loop, a supernova remnant, many portions of which have acquired their own individual names and catalogue identifiers.
NGC-6992 & NGC-6995 The Eastern Veil Nebula SNR (Bat & Mosquito)
NGC6992 & NGC6995 The Eastern Veil Nebula in Cygnus, A beautiful Supernova Remnant
the left section known as the Bat, I had not previously noticed the small bright piece of the supernova remnant at the far left edge of this frame,
so I’m naming it the Mosquito, as it looks like the Bat is chasing it.
While I was dodging Fireworks and high clouds, and the nearly Full Moon that night, it finally cleared off long enough for me
to capture this image from my backyard observatory(bortle8) in Dayton, Ohio on 07-04-2023.
I was so happy to see that there was no fire smoke/haze over us for a change, lots of humidity and dew though.
My Capture details:
Celestron RASA 8 inch F2.2 Astrograph, Software Bisque MyT Robotic Mount, and ZWO 294MC Cooled Cmos Color Camera, ASI Air Plus via Wi-Fi to IPAD,
Starizona NBZ filter, 38 x 2 minute subs, 76 minute total exposure integration time. Calibration & Stacking in Deep Sky Stacker, Pixinsight, Adobe Raw CC 2023.