Powder and emissivity fog in the constellation Cassiopeia.
NGC7023 , reflection nebula in the constellation Cefeus
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200/1000, Newton, Carbon astrograph,ASA 0.73 Reducer, EffectiveFocus 730mm F / 3.6
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Lacerta Mgen OAG
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IC 1396 is a jewel of the summer sky in the Cepheus constellation. The gigantic emission mist from the Earth is located around 2400 light-years away, and it has young, nascent stars. Over 2400 light years away, it's more than 2 degrees, which is about 80 light years in diameter. In the stormy fog of the younger stars, the darker parts of the younger stars can be discovered, with smaller and larger knot protrusions. These are the denser parts of interstellar clouds that have resisted the overwhelming starwind, and are home to newly born stars.