A Bubble In a sea of Gold

Posted by Robert Lockwood
on Friday, July 8, 2022
Fifteen years ago this month July 19th 2007 Dave Jurasevich, a good friend and fellow imager in our small group hear in southern California, found this small nebula, and in 2009 it became officially named Ju1 (PN G 75.5+7.1) The Cygnus Bubble, or as we see it today called, The Soap Bubble Nebula. Truly "Hidden In Plain Sight".

'Ju1' PN G 75.5+7.1 The Cygnus Bubble / The Soap Bubble Nebula
07-01/02-2022 from Lockwood Observatory site, Descanso, CA.
Telescope Engineering Company APO180FL
FLI-MLx694 Astrodon 3nm Ha-Olll Filters.
Ha-HaO3-O3. 240, 270, Ha=16x15 , Olll,18x15

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