|Reflection nebula in Cygnus.
|Placed to the north of IC1318,
NGC6914 is a reflection nebula surrounded by a huge H-alpha
region (LBN47) that is part or the Gamma Cygni nebular complex. Up and
down NGC9914 are other two reflection nebula: VDB132 and VDB133.
Distance from Earth: 1.550 light years.
|Date and location||2 a 10-oct-2009. Caraquiz, Guadalajara. Remote control from Madrid|
|Telescope||ASA N10 on Titan mount. Autoguide with Guidemaster, QHY6 and Miniborg50|
|Camera||Artemis11002. Baader 7nm H-alpha filter.
||H-alfa: 60x900s. Process with Pixinsight
| Visits since september 14th, 2004: