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Sh2-140

Sh2-140 is an HII emission nebula on the edge of the Cepheus ring and part of the star-forming region of Cepheus molecular complex.  The emission is caused by the radiation of young stars in the Read more…

Sh2-136 Ghost Nebula

The Ghost Nebula (Sh2-134, VdB 141) is a reflection nebula in constellation Cepheus. Sh2-136 is part of a vast molecular cloud region that extends in the Cepheus region from the Iris nebula A very distinctive Read more…

NGC6823

NGC6823 is a spectacular emission region in the constellation Vulpecula, encircled by the larger and fainter Sh2-86 formation. Total 13.5hrs integration in SHO palette High resolution here