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A dramatic study in contrasts, this skyscape features stars, dust, and glowing gas in NGC 6914. The complex of nebulae lies some 6,000 light-years away, toward the high-flying northern constellation Cygnus and the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy.  The view spans nearly 100 light-years at the estimated distance of NGC 6914. Ultraviolet radiation from …

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Image taken during 2 consecutive nights with my TMB92 and QSI583ws. 55x600s = 9,1 hours lum Intriguing to me is the huge galaxy cluster that can be seen if you go straight down from M63 to the bottom and then about the diameter of the galaxy to the right. Here hundreds of small galaxies can …

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