The Butterfly Nebula (Part of IC 1318) in the constellation Cygnus

Photo Details:

Telescope: TEC140 f/5.2

Camera: QHY695A

Mount: Paramount MyT

Exposure: (SII, Ha,OIII) 19h: Ha 28x1200s SII 15x1200s OIII 14x1200s binx1

Date and place: 07.2020 Observatory E-EyE, Fregenal de la Sierra, Spain

At the center of the summer constellation Cygnus is located the large IC 1318 nebula (about 5,000 light-years distant) has two prominent portions of the nebula separated by a lane of dark, obscuring dust. These nebulae are wings and give this part of the nebula the name the Butterfly.