Sh2-114 The Flying Red Dragon Nebula in Cygnus, also known as LBN 347 and is embedded in the larger LBN 346 structure.
Some of the many objects in this FOV are Sh2-113, LBN 333, 67 Cygni, Planetary nebula PK 083-08.1, and several background PGC galaxies.
This was a really faint one,…no recorded magnitude could be found for this HII emission nebula.
This is a very faint but interesting Nebula hidden in this extremely rich star field located at 3,848 Light years from Earth in the Swan Constellation.
Some of the delicate structure looks similar to a (SNR) supernova remnant, but there are no recorded Supernova in this region.
Its complex, wispy structure is likely the result of winds from hot massive stars interacting with the magnetic fields in the interstellar medium.
But very little is known about it, So i decided to take a crack at it from my Backyard observatory(bortle8) in Dayton, Ohio on 07-29-2023.
Unfortunately, I had to toss out about half my image data due to thin cirrus clouds floating through my images last night,
but I still ended up with about 2 hours of usable data.
I did manage to stretch it enough to show a decent image.
Also a few faint galaxies are visible in the background as well.
RASA 8 inch F2.2 Telescope, Bisque MyT Mount, ZWO 294MC cooled Cmos Camera, Starizona NBZ UHS Filter, ASI Air Plus controlled via Wi-Fi to Ipad, 24 x 300sec subs, 2 hours total exp time.
Calibration & Processing via DSS, Pixinsight, and Adobe Raw CC 2023.

Best Regards,
John Chumack