Weiburger’s classic Planetary Nebular.

Thank you for viewing Weiburger’s classic blue- (OIII) Planetary Nebular. Appearing to be held in animated suspension by the streams of effervescent Hydrogen emitting dust an gas. Last year while expanding a mosaic of Cygnus out to the lower left quadrant just past Sharpless 115, I noticed a small perfectly formed planetary nebulae that looks very similar to the well known soap bubble in shape and size! This year, I re-visited Weiburger’s and photographed it with higher magnification for a more detailed look.
Twelve nights of photography from my home in Valecia.

Chroma Filter NBOptolong filters -Ha
camera: SX814
AG14 Newtonian astrograph.
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