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Classification: Emission Nebula NGC7822 / Ced214 / LBN589 / Sh2-171 / B59
Constellation: Cepheus (Cep)
Object Location: Ra 00h 04m 24s Dec +67° 15’03° (current)
Size & Distance: 100.0 x 100.0 Apx 3300 light years

Date & Location: 07-06-2013 Palomar Mountain, CA.
Exposure: Hubble Palette SHO, Sll=R, Ha=G, Olll=B, 11 ea. @ 15min. (bin 1x1)
Optics: Takahashi Epsilon-210 f3 630mm. w/ FLI-PDF focuser.
Mount: Astro-Physics 1200 GTOCP3 / ATS 10x36 pier
Camera: FLI-ML6303 @-20c / CFW2-7 / Guided by STV CF80mm, SBIG-ST-402
Filters: Astrodon 3nm Ha, Sll, Olll
Software: MaxImDL 4.56, Photoshop CS5, Topaz Labs.

Notes: Sky conditions: Average seeing, Light wind, Temp 75°
Image Field of view is 100 x 151 arcmin.
This image was an Astronomy Magazine Picture Of The Day, July, 2013

NGC 7822 is a young star forming complex in the constellation of Cepheus. The complex encompasses the emission region designated Sh2-171, and the young cluster of stars named B59.