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About 10x the size of the Moon, NGC7000, dubbed the North American Nebula by Max Wolf, is a faint but large nebula found in the constellation Cygnus, characterised by very strong hydrogen content and its standout star forming feature, known as the Cygnus Wall. This image is the result of just under 10h of integration during late July and early August from my Bortle 6 location. Although shot with an OSC, one of my goals with this image was to create better separation of the different gasses and dust clouds, despite this region's intense (red) hydrogen signal.

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