Cygnus Constellation and its Astronomical Objects

Posted by Mahdi Naseri
on Sunday, September 20, 2020
In the northern hemisphere, Cygnus is one of the most outstanding constellations of the summer nights. It hosts Vega star, which accounts for a vertex of the summer triangle. Variety of celestial objects are located inside the borders of the Cygnus, including M27 (a planetary nebula), NGC7000 (an extended nebula) and NGC6940 (an open star cluster).
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