At the end of August I collected some more light to extreme classic – NGC6888 Crescent nebula in Cygnus. It is emission nebula placed about 5000 light years away that has been formed from massiv...Read More
WR124 is a Wolf-Rayet star in the Sagitta (Arrow) constellation. It is surrounded by a nebula of expelled material known as Mi1-67 or Sh2-80. The star was discovered by Paul W. Merrill in 1938 as high...Read More
Crescent Moon is an easy target for any stargazer. However not many know that we have another crescent in the sky. This one is well hidden in constellation Cygnus and cannot be viewed with naked eye &...Read More
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