The vdB133 is a small reflection nebula in the constellation Cygnus, surrounding the supergiant double-star system 44Cyg that is also responsible for the white/yellowish nebula glow .

All around a vast Ha emission region including the very peculiar Sh2-106 star-forming region with super-hot gasses expanding outwards on both sizes creating conical shapes.

Image is a LRGB composite with Ha addition (HaLRGB) for a total of 15hrs integration

High resolution here

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