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Thank you for looking at this multi band image of  “Sh2-155: A wondrously star encrusted gem in Cepheus.

Photographed with a large Newtonian reflector at my home in Valencia. 
Single: with RGBL,OIII,SII&Ha
Size:32 x 25.6 arcmin
Pixel scale:1.14 arcsec/pixel

Wikipedia: Sh2-155 is a diffuse nebula in the constellation Cepheus, within a larger nebula complex containing emission, reflection, and dark nebulosity.
Magnitude: 7.7
Constellation: Cepheus

#Astrophotography #Space

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You are looking at a diffuse emission nebula located in northern constellation of Cassiopeia. Part of the Milky Way’s Perseus Spiral Arm. It is known as the “Pacman Nebula”. ( a name that doesn’t seem to fit particularly well! )

This two panel mosaic was photographed under northern skies, at my home in Valencia.
Viewing in full screen is recommended.
Integration 8 nights
Chroma Filter NB filters
AG14 Newtonian astrograph.
camera: Starlight Xpress Trius SX-814
Chroma Filter NB
#Astrophotography #Space #narrowband

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