Alpha Cygni or “Deneb” is a first-magnitude star in the constellation of Cygnus, also known as the Swan or Northern Cross.
It is the brightest star in Cygnus and the 19th brightest star in the night sky, and is located 2,615 light years away from Earth.

With an apparent magnitude of +1.25, Deneb is a blue-white Super-giant star,
the surface temperature is approximately 8,525 Kelvin (14,885 degrees Fahrenheit).
Deneb rivals Rigel as the most luminous first-magnitude star.

Deneb is also part of the “The Summer Triangle” of bright stars
forming this well known triangle with Altair & Vega.

I captured this image with an Unmodified Canon 6D DSLR and 12″ F4 TPO Newtonian telescope, ISO 800 for a 180 second exposure, Captured from my observatories in Ohio on 06-04-2021.

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John Chumack