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Soap Bubble Nebula    © Ken Crawford      Rancho Del Sol Observatory  MPC G67
Image Exposure Details
Filter Exposures
Clear/ Lum 0 minutes
Red 60 minutes
Green 60 minutes
Blue 60 minutes
Ha 5nm 720 minutes
OIII 3nm. 900 minutes
SII 5nm 0 minutes

The Soap Bubble Nebula is a very faint bubble of gas thrown off a dying star constellation Cygnus. It is a very faint with delicate structure making it a challenge to image. Here is the link to more information about this interesting Planetary Nebula also known as PN G75.5+1.7
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This image is a blend of Ha and OIII narrowband data with RGB used for star colors only.

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