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Classification: Emission Nebula
Constellation: Cygnus (CYG)
Object Location: Ra 21h 39m 17s Dec 50° 23’45” (current) (Centered)
Size & Distance: Apx,70 x 70 Apx 8500 light years

Date & Location: 06-25-2022 Lockwood Observatory, Descanso,CA.
Exposure: SHO 105-105-105 7 ea. @ 15min. (bin 1x1) Sll=R, Ha=G, Olll=B
Optics: Telescope Engineering Company APO110FL w/ TEC FF @ f/5.74, 631mm, FLI-Atlas focuser.
Mount: Astro-Physics Mach 1 GTOCP4 / ATS 8x36 Pier.
Camera: FLI-PL16803 @-25c / FLI CFW5-7 / FLI-Atlas focuser / Guided by SBIG ST-I / w OAG.
Filters: Astrodon 3nm Ha-Sll-Olll
Software: MaxImDL 6, Photoshop CC, Topaz Studio.

Notes: Sky conditions: Above average seeing, No wind, Temp low 60’s
Cropped Image Field of view is 183x155 arcmin. Image Scale 2.94 arcsec/pix

Sh2-124 molecular hydrogen cloud in the north-east Cygnus. It’s a pretty large emission nebula, but not too bright. The whole area is filled with the hydrogen, so every place you look you can see red. There’s not a lot of information on this out there.