Thursday, November 5, 2020

Member Max Pike Imaged the Iris Nebula on Oct 17th, Nov 4th and Nov 5th

Located in the constellation Cepheus, the Iris Nebula (NGC 7023) is a reflection nebula, where a close bright star illuminates the gas and dust around it. It's about 1300ly from Earth.
Thanks for sharing Max.

Max's Image is 25x5min L, 20x3min R,G,B
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