Amateur Astrophotography exploring the beauty of the night sky!
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Western and Eastern Veil Nebula
Draped in Earth's sky is a large filament of expanding gaseous clouds toward the constellation Cygnus. The Veil Nebula is a remnant of an exploding star. At a distance of 1,500 light years away, the Veil is an extraordinary site to image.
Western and Eastern Veil Nebula 3min X 20 Camera: QHY8pro and Hyperstar F/2 Telescope: Celestron 11" Edge HD guided Mount: Celestron CGE Pro Location: Lubbock, TX Dates: July 12, 2013