Bubble Nebula - 9.9.2005

Image Capture Details

Optics:  Meade LX200 14GPS
Mount: Meade
Camera: Canon Digital Rebel
Filters: None
Exposure:  70 Minutes
Time:
Location: Waldwick, NJ
The Bubble Nebula is a stunning site in the Cassiopeia constellation. At the center is a very hot star that is
streaming particles so fast and super heated that when they collide with the gas and dust of the nebula, they
actually blow a huge bubble into space. NGC 7635 is 11,300 light years from Earth. The actual bubble is
approximately 10 light years across, about 60 trillion miles.
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