STELLAR SHOT OF THE WEEK
The Propeller Nebula in the constellation Cygnus, is a faint emission nebula also called DWB 111 named due to its shape. This nebula is part of a much larger emission nebula complex covering a large portion of the sky. The above image is a HaRGB composite combining data from the SVQ100 and two camera's, a SBIG STL 11K for RGB and QSI 583 for Ha. Jon included Hydrogen Alpha because of the faint nature of this object in his suburban skies. The STL 11K image is composed of 19.8 hrs of data, the HaRGB image above is composed of 21.3hrs of data.