SH-101 is a faint emission nebula in the constellation Cygnus. It is also dubbed "Tulip nebula" because of its flower shape. It would take far longer exposures to capture more of the background nebulosity in the region. This is a natural color image taken through RGB filters and clear filter to enhance detail.
I recommend viewing the high resolution image:
Optics: AT12 RC astrograph @ f/8 Camera: QHY9M CCD Filters: Orion 2'' LRGB Mount: AP900 GTO Guider: Meade DSI Pro II
Focus: Robofocus Software: CCD Commander, Maxim DL, FocusMax, Photoshop CC 2014, Pixinsight 1.8
Date: RGB: 7/26/2017 L: 7/25-26/2017 Exposure: Lum: 8x900'' bin1 RGB: 27x900''each bin2 Seeing: 2.7'' (average)
Pixel scale: 0.46''/px. Total integration: 6.5 hours Location: Asteria remote observatory, Hocking Hills OH
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