NGC 7000 6.21.2006
Image Capture Details

Optics:  Televue TV 60 IS
Mount: Meade LX200
Camera: Canon Digital Rebel 350XT
Filters: Orion SkyGlow

Focal Ratio:  F/6

Guiding with Meade DSI

30 X 180 Seconds
Time: 12:57am - 2.35am EST
Location: Waldwick, NJ
NGC 7000, often referred to as the "North America Nebula" due to its conspicuous shape, is a region of a much larger area
of hydrogen emission covering much of the constellation Cygnus.  IC 5070, the "Pelican Nebula" lies just to its lower right,
just off the "east coast."  The complex lies at a distance of 1600 light years.
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