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NGC 7129 (HaLRGB)

There’s a lot going on in this section of the galaxy: reflection nebula, dust, hydrogen alpha emission although the NGC 7219 designation refers just to the reflection nebula. That reflection nebula is about 3,300 light years away in Cepheus.

This is nearly 29 hours of integration and I really felt like it could use more. It’s a tough target to process and I’m not 100% happy with my result but for the moment it’s going to have to do.

You can find all the technical details at astrobin.

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