Let us take an about turn and head back to the constellation of Cygnus for a quick final look. You have already met the Crescent Nebula, NGC 6888 and a fairly close up look at the Sadr Region (with the Butterfly Nebula, IC 1318). Here is a wide-field view of the heart of the Sadr Region, displaying both the Crescent Nebula and the Butterfly Nebula. This image demonstrates the hydrogen-rich emission nebulous region in this arm of the Milky Way Galaxy core. It is a combination of two separate sessions, one with 180 mins of hydrogen-alpha data and the other with 96 mins of oxygen-iii data.
Gear: AA Hypercam 26c, Askar FMA180, iOptron Sky Guider mount, SVbony Ha and Oiii 7nm.
Exif: 180 mins Ha, 96 mins Oiii, 1-min exposures, Gain 200, Offset 3, TEC@-10
SharpCap, AstroPixelProcessor, PixInsight, Photoshop, Topaz Denoise.