VdB 126, LBN 133 in Vulpecula

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© Velimir Popov & Emil Ivanov 2011 - 2017

This is an extremely star populated area of the Milky Way in the constellation Vulpecula. The right of two bluish reflection nebulae is VdB 126 (catalogued also as LBN 134). It is illuminated by the 8,6 mag. star HD 182918. The left one is LBN 133. The dark nebula at the right from VdB 126 is LDN 768, and the very dense dark nebula at the bottom left is LDN 772 (see also mouseover).

Image details:


Center of field RA 19:25:28 (h:m:s)
Center of field DE +22:48:58 (deg:m:s)
Size 75.7 x 55 (arcmin)
Pixel scale: 1.03 (arcsec/pixel)
Orientation: Up is 182 degrees E of N
Charts and image details obtained from Astrometry.net
Optic(s): ASA 12" Astrograph @ f/3.6 (Newton)
Mount: ASA DDM85 Standard
Camera: SBIG STL 11000 M
Filters: Luminance, Red, Green, Blue, Astronomik filters
Dates/Times: 21, 22 Jul 2012
Location: IRIDA Observatory, BG, longitude: E 24 44' 18", latitude: N 41 41' 42"
Exp. Details: L:7x10min., R:6x10 min, G:6x10 min, B:6x10 min, Bin 1, Total Exposure Time - 250 min (4:10h).
More details: Dark and flat frames reduction
Processing: PixInsight / PS
Copyright: Velimir Popov and Emil Ivanov 2013 - 2017. All Rights Reserved
e-mail: info@irida-observatory.org
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