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The Sadr region is an area of the Cygnus galaxy near the star Sadr known for its intense nebulosity. It also happens to host 1 or 2 stars as evidenced by this stack of 120 90-second exposures (3 hours) taken with a Sony Alpha 6300 and Samyang 135mm manual focus lens riding 'piggyback' on my main telescope.
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Telescope:   Sony ILCE-6300
Length:   135mm
Aperture:   67mm
F-stop:   f/2.1
Sessions:   1
Captured:   2023-06-28 to 2023-06-28
Lights:   130
Exposure:   45
Total exposure:   1 h
Ra:   20h 21m 19.4s
Dec:   +44° 03' 25.147
Size:   587.745 x 383.581 arcmin
Radius:   5.849 deg
Scale:   6.187 arcsec/pixel