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Sadr is a bright star near Deneb. In this wide field view, you can see Deneb in the upper left as well as the Pelican Nebula below it. The lower part of the North American Nebula is visible as well. There's quite a lot going on in this region around Sadr. You probably can find the Crescent Nebula if you look for it.

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Sadr Region (uncropped)

Taken with my Rebel T7i, 85mm lens, and SkyGuider Pro mount

Sadr Region (Cropped)

(cropped) Taken with my Rebel T7i, 85mm lens, and SkyGuider Pro mount

Sadr Region - Star Reduction

Revised image using the above data

Sadr Region - Star Reduction with fake SHO Palette

Revised image of same data, using false SHO (Hubble) Palette

This is a reflection nebula just above the star Sadr. You can find it in the widefield shots if you look up to the left of Sadr at about a 45 degree angle. There's a dark expanse and then two faint blue smudges. ;)

NGC 6914

Taken with my AT115EDT, ASI 183MC, and GEM28 mount

This is my first attempt with the UHC filter through this telescope, and it went horrible. The clouds left me with less than 2hrs worth of data, if I remember correctly. Nonetheless, here is the Crescent Nebula, NGC 6888.

Crescent Nebula

Taken with my AT115EDT, ASI 183MC, and GEM28 mount


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